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Volunw XL, No. 17 



raEPHONE GA 8-2401 



Done Will Show Off 
Improvofflents, Beach 
Boys At Same Time 



VmOINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, AAAY 6, 1965 



Two Sections— 1 6 Pages 



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VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Alan B. Shepard Civic Center 
wjll unveil ks Hew rhbdern f«^ 
nishings and ftoonrig 'j^' V.\ 
first time Wednesday^ nijht and 
i sell-out crow4 ii expected to 
1)e on haid t » . not ju*t <o sec 
#»e new features, but to enjoy 
Ihe Beach Boys in concart, i 
■ Under the • sponsMsh ip of 
WGH Radio; the Beach Boys, 
one of America's mcK^ popular 
vocal groups, will fweseik tW 
shows, at 7 and 9 p.ip. 

Tlicir appearance here, laqi 
January brought out one of the 
iar^st crowds the Civic Center 
fcas had and from early indica- 
tion* Wednesday night's shows 
prtmiise even larger crowds. 

TTie revamping at the Civic 
Center has ^ovided a new seat- 
ing «rrai^ment that will elim- 
inate the mad da^ fw dioice 
scats previously experi€ffl«d. Di- 
rector Btll Lillyman saW. The 
pnter now has re^rved seals 
in addition to Us reseryed and 
^neral admission %^ibns. 
:: A WGH spokesman tatd that 
#»e Wednesday night conc^ts 
will mark the fii^ time tfie 
Beach Boys lave made a return 
appearance to mv cky m tfiek 
cwT«nt wnct0L W, dw, no 

to ^l#*nH^iftif sufcccss 
»ta l«o«Mry. ' ^ 
*^ -iKwb -ft*- 
^, the spQBwrs tiave 
_ It so that Sw Ia« per- 
lonremce wW be over no toter 
tfjaa 10:15 pi.m. h was the wily 
date <^n in their tour, the 
spokesman said, "and we took 
It rather than miss them. aJto- 
jgether." 

; T^ Beach ^s ' have^-ap- 
pcared frequently oV-'-^e Ed 
Sullivan Show" and "Shindig" 
and will make a repeat engai^- 
ment with Sullivan shortly after 
leaving Vii^inia Beac*. 

Less Sf^ct^iriaf than the 
Beach Boys, but equally as im- 
portant to the Civic Center, are 
the improvements tfiM have been 
made to the aluminum-domed 
building in its first face-lifting 
in seven years. 

To provide more comfortable 
sewtin?. the center 'has acquhrd 
$22,000 worth of new padded 
stack chairs and has installed a 
colorful ActxHK^ sean>lesf floor 
that; is gn^ fiecked with etrfd 
on the outer edges and jet black 
flecked ^'ith gold in an inner 
circle dbnce area. Mrs. Laura 
Lantbe ser^^ as color consult- 
iint for the center's icvampin*. 

An $8,000 air oondi'ti(Miii^ 






unit will also be in operation 

this week and the stage was re- 
cently reiscd 10 inches, which 
has already proved to be a val- 
uable zssei. 

Be|oiT the suQimer season 
^Is underway the center wiH 
have $4,000 worth of risers and 
43*000 worth of new lobby fur- 
flitttic, LiHyman said. 

All of these capital improve- 
ni^ts were included in the 
city's operating budget for the 
coming fiscal year. It also allo- 
cated to the Qvic C<(nter a 
$15,000 revolving cash fund 
with which I^illyman can secure 
in advance heat^iner performers 
and programs. 

This revolving fund has en- 
abled the center to book an out- 
standing array of talent for its 
sumnter ra>nce(t seri^, LiilymeQ 
said. The sdiedule will be an- 
iK>umxd in the near future. ^ 

Car Plttni^ 
Into Wall 

LYNNHAVEN — A 59- 
yrar-oM Vii^nia BetK^ woman 
snrashed mto t^ brick wa^ of a 
wper market on Shore Drive, 



ste9d<<CK the brafcc. , 

The drhvr, Mrs. raa Mar- 
gar« Carter, 3117 Basin Road, 
was uninjurwl in the mishap, po- 
lice said, but about $1,050 dam- 
age^ was done to tiic Be-Lo Skiper 
Market T^eie wts about $800 
damage to Ihe car. 

The impact dislocated a 2 x 4 
foot section of the brick waM 
and caused the eiMire wall, meas- 
uring some 10 by 20 feet, \i^ 
crack, police said. 

Officer A. Sinclair sakl ifeat 
Mrs. Oirt«: was turning ^o ^e 
store's parking lot -off Siore 
Drive and tha^ "as the brake 
p;dal was bein? depressed, b« 
foot must have hit the gas pedal 
at the same time, causing the 
car to lunge forward uto the 
waU." 

No charts were placed.. 



CITY HALL 
DAY WED. 



VIRGINIA BEACH — "Qty 
Hall Day" wiH be observed 
Wednesday as part of "Know 
Your Government .Week", bsing 
celebrated next week, wiili an 
informative and entertaining 
^"ogram for all interested citi- 
Icns. 7" 

Costumed hostesses will con- 
duct organized tours throu^out 
the rambling complex of muni- 
cipal 'buildings and various 
school bands will provic^ mu- 
sical seiecticns. 

City Hall will be opened to 
the public between 4 and 8 p.m. 
with a special council meeting 
scheduled for 7 p.m. so that the 
public may ob%rve the (X}uncil 
in session and meet the city of- 
f^als. 

The city's miniature train will 
make periodic runs along Owrt- 
house Drive. 

Mrsi NeH Boggs, secretai^ to 
Planning Dir^^tor Mason Gam- 
ags, is (»ordii»ting ^e sp^^ial 
eveirt with co-chairmen Frank 
Kellam and Jdin FeiUre». 



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Nine 
Promotions 



VIRGINIA BEACH — In 
one of nine police promotions 
made known Tuei^v 1^ Chief 
J. E. Moore, Lt. .Richft4 C. 
^1^ was nttimote^ 




BUI mt4 ZM« Kibkr will opan lk« dto«r« of tka Nautilat 
niMfwa «f Nataral Scmbm ea Sunday aftanioona with m^mh pomp 
mmA MrMsoair . . . b«t tb« Mbsmhb haa bMS MtablUbad for lb* 
•dwcatiM Md •■JBTBTOt of all r«»i4oBt«. Thay wait to wolcomo all 
»*••»•'•• * (Staff Photo by R«icbb«l») 

FORMAL OPENING 01^ 
NAUTILUS MUSEUM 
PLAiNEa J OR SUNDAY"^ 



Officer's Homo 
Burgiarizei!! 

KEMPSVILLE — Virginia 
Beach Detective E. L. Knowles 
is investigating a burglary case 
that has special signifipnce . . . 
the burglary of his own home in 
Kempsville Colony. 

The only item found missing 
was a grey metal bank with a 
combination lock in which t|je 
detective had been coHsxting 
quarters and half dollars for a 
long tim: for what he calM his 
"vacation fund." 

Knowles estimated that he 
had collected about $650, a sum 
that undoubtedly made the 
weight of the tank dificult to 
handle. 

The detective has offered a 
reward for information leading 
to the recovery of the bank and 
its contents. Without the coins, 
it {M-omises to be a long, hot 
sumnmr for the Knowles family. 

CycHist Hurt, 
Driver Fleet^ 

PLAZA ^- Two jming Navy 
, ja^-wcre injured M(Miday aft«r- 
when their motorcycle 



ROAD HEAIHN6 
PROVED LiVELY 

ftn-RMi hearing on Independence i Virginii Beach Boulevi*^ omI 
Boulevard Monday afternoon aljextead north (A WMuirt "Aeiid. 



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Prccii»t. 

iJt.Q. C. Riley was al«> jm*- 
mM4L to captain and will con- 
tinue a« •ihninistrative officer 
in Chidf Moon's <^ice. 

Raised to the rank of lieu- 
tenant were Serfeants W. J. 
Moore, Williaffl F. Currie and 
Harry C. Tdfry, 

Promoted ^ sergeant w?re 
Detective A. B^ Smith, Juvenile 




(Xfkr^ Woyd ss, KrahenbiM, 
Canine Patrolman *Robert E. 
S|»rrow and Directive Aidiie 
R. Nobles. 

Lt. C. W. Siirley was namwd 
iwoperty clerk for the <tepart- 
ment 

Capt. Davis will succeed Capt. 
R. K. Habtead at the 2nd Pre- 
cinct ^ince he has been nmde 
acting nig^ chief at the 1st Pre- 
cinct. 



Back Bay Pumpiitg 
Projact To Start 



Tm BEACH BO^ 



BACK BAY — The city's 
new pumping operation at Lit- 
tle Island Coast Guafd Statbn 
is exp«:ted to start [Himping salt 
water into Back Bay naxt Mon- 
day, according to Citj Treasurer 
V. A. ElberK^e, chakman of 
tfi^ commktee iq charge of the 

The pump . tf expected to 
niaintain maximum operatitm, 
abottt 20 hours a day, for the 
next tmi months in an »ffoct to 
rabe the ralinity in Back Bay. 
Officials arfd biologkts believi; 
that the iirtioduction of sak 
vmiT into ^ l»y wiH help set- 
tle suspended sik which will al- 
low more sunlight ' for jrfant 
growtt). 

The 'lack of ptent growth in 
Bfck Bay has seriously affected 
hunting anipl fishing in the area 
siiK^e wiidliSs has little to feed 
on. 

City Ck>uncil last week at>pro- 
prtated m additional $12, OOp 
for thk pfOfect, caisii^ ks over- 
all cost io $47,000. 

lbs additiotel appropriation 
was ttx the pmiAimt of iHp; 
^idh ^ committee had first 
believed w>uld be furnished 
without cost by 'tl« Army En- 
gineers, Btheridge «aid. How- 
ever the Array Cngit^ers did not 
hai^ a su^^eat saap^y €f the 
type iMpe n^ded by (he city. 



It is hoped that an improve- 
ment will be seen in Back Bay 
after die first two months of 
deration. If so, pumping will 
be discontinued for a (Period and 
resumed only 'when iweded, 
Edieridge said. The need will 
be determined l^ bfalo^s who 
will make weekly ctec^ on tl^ 
salinity of the water. 

The $47,000 approprkltion 
has {^ovided funds, ^r baling 
the pier, {^chasing tlie pump 
and other cortstniotKm cotn and 
wtU take care <rf c^cst^iomA ex* 
penditui^ , for' the fi^ two 
months. Addi^bonai operating' 
periods will co^ the city an esti- 
mated $500 per week. 

"As we have said all along, 
this is an experimental pro|e;:t," 
Etheridge said. "We don't know 
wheither it will work or n<K but 
h's woith a try. Siomethint; must 
be done to improve tfie situation 
in Back Bay. 



OmCERS IN PARADE 

VIRGINIA BEACT— Three 

police officers will repteseirt Vir- 
ginia Beach in ^e National 
Safety Patrol Day Parade in 
Washington, D.C. Saturday. 

Ridkig in the «uade will be 
Lt C. R. Bailey, Lt W. F. Cur- 
rie Mid Sgt C H. Payse. 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
culminMkm of a dream comes 
to Zida with the fonml o|)enii^ 
of *e Sautilus MuSeum <rf Nat- 
ural Science, 311 Seventeenth 
^ret^ on Sunday. Bill ami, Zkk 
''iblei. teM<»«r Md^ectojs, 
weSaBS^aH in- 
terMted, children and adults w1m> 
come to Ke die cel^bratiog and 
to tour Ae Museum. 

Festiviti^ wSI get underway 
M 2 p.n. B<^ Scmit Troop 60 
will raise tiie flag while V^i^isia 
9each Hi|h School band wiU 
phy the National Anihem. Del. 
Wifiiam P. Kellam will be the 
Master of Ceremtmies and wiU 



Miss E^her May Ayes, Mrs. 
I^arl Batchekv, Mrs. Marianne 
Frazier, Mn. Katrine DeWitt, 
Mrs. Siavin, Mn. Matbttie 
Rice, Mrs. Lee Rkl)«rds, Mrs. 
Vera Kolb. Mrs. Kifk Webster, 
Mf%4g^ W afegj Mn. Am es 

Sandy Benrnt, Mrs. Gnne tht- 
Val, Mrs. Ruby Privettc, Mrs. 
Nina WaJaofield, ^b^. Odes.ti 
Lavender, Mrs. Ireite Mulwee, 
and M^. Merd^ Kontd^xmos. 

Hosts will be Mmes Helmer, 
Lywjwood Good, James Batohe- 
lor, •Richard Woolii^, R. J. 
Wcbbon, S. W. Zeaglcr, W. M. 
Rice, iLt Col. Harry C. Rich 



speak oti the origin and the be- ards, E. DuVal, Sidney S. Kd- 



gumii^ of the mtiseum, fol- 
lowed by Frank W. Cox, su- 
perintendent of schools, who 
will prcwnt die educational val- 
ues (rf tits museum. A. B. Crews, 
pr^idsnt of the Virginia B^ach 
Chamber of Commerce, will 
speak on 'the museum as an as- 
set to the city. The value of the 
museum in combating juvenile 
delinquency in the arsa wiH be 
told by Robert Simpson, com- 
monwealth attorney. Laura 
Lambe of the Virginia Beach 
News Bureau will tell of future 
plans of the museum Md Soda's 
personal feelings about crsatii^ 
it. 

ITie Museum "family" will be 
inttoduced' by Zida which in- 
cludes her husband and partner, 
William L. Kibler, founder and 
dkector; Mary Barnes, assistant 
to tiK dir^tors; James Dildy, as- 
sistant curator; and Maurice 
Barnes, assistant coordinator. 

Mayw x>f Virginia Beadi, 
Frank A. D^isdi, wikf^^t ^ 
opetiiBg address and^ wAi c^ 
Ae ribhoQ, I declaring the Mu- 
seum dSRciaJly op««d.'' 

Speml featur» (banned are 
a touf <^ 4iK muaeum^ fluores- 
cent mineral dispkys^ exhibits 
of the students who b&ve won 
awards in the Tidewater Science 
Congress, and a fascinating 25- 
mmtrte film "Walking Virginia 
Beach witli Paul Saunier.*' 

Speckd gtiests who will serve 
as hostesses are Mrs. Elizab^ 
Parker, Mrs. Mai]^et Woolii^ 



EUS ENTERTAIN '' 
MOTHERS SUNDAY 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Elks 
Lodge No. 2268, l»th and At- 
lantic Ave., will hold a Mothers' 
Day celelwatkm Sunday begin- 
ning at 5 p.m. 

^ The Viri^inia Beach Choral 
Group, under the directiai of 
Frank Fiorini, wfll entertain. 

All Elks and oAer interested 
pusc^A aie invited lo att^id. 



lam, J. E. Moore, Bruce Mc 
Guire, Kiric Webster, Riiben 
Hmiaker, and Rickle Benoit. 

The "Young Paleon*ol<^ists'' 
who will be there as JunicM- hosts 
and hostesses are Linda Mae 
Childs, Edgar B. Lavemfcr, Ed- 
ward Lazaron, Everett Martin, 
and Mike Miutin. 

Welcoming committee mem- 
bers wtll be James Kontapnos, 
Del. P. B. White, Dr. O. M. 
Wakefield, and Del. Ned Caton. 

Nautilus Museum (rf Natural 
Science will be open until 10 
p.m. on formal opening day Sun- 
day to aliow as nrany as possible 
to see the Museum and to meet 
those responsiUe for creatifig it 

iCegulu* hours the Mueum will 
be open from now on will be 
<kuly. from 9 a.m. to .5 p.m. 
Next month, it is expected, the 
evening time will be extended 
to 9 p.fn. , 



GiNh fierldey To 
Parade 




VIRGINIA BEACH — 
Lieutenant General Jam^ Phil- 
lips Berkeley, USMC, has been 
named as die Military Parade 
Marshall h» the Armed Forces 
I>ay iwratte set for May 15. 

Lt. jGen. Berkely is now serv- 
ing as* Commanding Graeral, 
Fleet Marine Force, Atlantic, in 
Norfolk. 

The Mven^ annual p'aiatkS 
i« spo^ored by the Oiamb«- 
<rf OcMnmerce in cooperation 
with the cky of Virginia Beach, 
and will begin at 10 a.m. at 
Nindi &ieet, movfaig nor^ on 
Attontic Avenue to 31st Street. 
The reviewing stand wHl be on 
the ocean side of iMlantic Ave. 
at 28th Stree,t. 

The be^ rrtarching bamfe and 
the best floats, in boA the civU- 
ran atKl military cM^ories, wtH 
be a;waided prizes. 



struck a car at «he intersection 
<^ Vk-ginia Beach Boulevard and 
'Rosemont Road. 

Dennis E. Nowman, 19, op- 
erator of the {noUm:ycle, sui- 
&red abrasions of the kit txm 
and his pass^g^, Qary L. Btwr, 
22, suffered a fftetwtKl left ki$. 
Both men amJlttitUA^ sboard 
the USS F^ltMrt: ' 

Officer Lou^ Bailow ttM 
Newn^ WM hea^ng ei«t tm 
the boulevMid Mid Jr«iL imb 1^ 
rear t^ a car st<^»ed In ihe 
left lane. The car left the aeefle 
(rf the accident aad tbt drivn- is 
unknown at (his time, po&x 
said. . 

Newman was chained %kh 
fbllowing too close. 



Shetton Park School drew a K- 
mit«l crowd wkh s^mingly un- 
limit»i ojmplaints and sugges- 
tions on the rtmd's proposed 
route between Virginia Beach 
BtJuleyard and Shore Drive. 

Maps designating tiie route 
were distributed and a panel of 
cky and State Hi^iway Depart- 
ment officials attempted to an- 
swer questions. Since the first 
hearing was informal, persons 
with complaints were told ^y 
must regifter their complaints at 
a formal hearing to be held by 
the Highway Department May 
19 at Hermitage Elementary 
&:hool at 10:30 «.m. 

Most of the adverse com- 
imnts concerned the cooMing of 
Nor^MtfLmpKm Boulevafid, the 
^i<%e-tunil;i's approach itoa4 
and die by-pa^iik of the twsi- 
tiess area a^ Romrins Comer. 

U was ex{^ined that iRob- 
bins Comer had been by-pes^ 
because a scbfX3<, Hermitage 
ElemeiMary School, had been 
butt (m the site orq^BVlly 
planned ior Indep^dence Boi4- 
f^vard. 

MuB aril iwNi^ owerpMi 
jicroas Nui'loMip^cM BDttl|« 
vard. Om r^^fifit iHl^a! 
pc»edthfe 
U^ an undei^Mis. OHWdi 
enpUkted tint gotx^ mtder 1i» 
boffewi^ wcNrid pat ^e new 
rotd WM«4i aea ievd and re- 
auire pumps to keep it open 
diH-ing heavy ralM. 

iBa(|MQdeiice Boulewmi will 
be com^veH/cd in two i^iaiet. 
The ^ will KEOt near ti» to- 
tmi09 lo Pembn^ Manor on 





Th« tetond phase will MM- ft 
that |xim and ctmifiMI ' to 
Shore Drive, cuttng ^dHI^ fie 
frii^l^es <rf Thofos^^ltlBm JEi% 
tirtcs and Lakeview nak. ** 

Higlm«y Departomt 
eer E. S. U}leroan exptafo^ 
each ot the two phases witt 
ably have a tn^Me 
spannii^ of PemlMoke 
the first piMoe, wA 
a year twoiuse of 
<tf the overk^ in ^ Mhe's 
de^ sih boitom> Xaiin^aflt! 
will c(MMin\» on either sMJ^Ii 
the lake during ih^ periods. ^^ 
ovwpftss and i mtK^$mi Mt 
Ncffthhanupion B&ai^ymahjm 
anticip^^ troubte spot m S» 
second ph«e. j,l^ >' 

' the 44ine hi|^wa^"wi|r^ 
divided hv at mohiiii ""**** 
which oodd fiovide tmn,, 
t^otttl tan« al a laier 

W94kd. It wiH be „_„ ,,. 

wiHl^ «ttite, fitters Mi tHfe- 
wafl;^ . t 

Colemm mkd itat jM 4tt^ 
the aoiUMiticm of t^- g^ty 
could be r^ly by me .«k1 cf 
*e y«ir, <|ep9i|wqih 
madk oppoaMMi tbm ft m 
((■tiii'fumii and ovot p tw t . 

caiM|ru(ftien ^vnam 





CoiiiUy ffiy Mays Fridaf 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Country Day School for Girfe 
will present the annual evenfa^ 
of {Mays and music at tfw tihk- 
hora wrk Sdiool Friday we- 
ning at ^:30 p.in. 

Two plays wiH be ptt$e^tttd. 
Hie first is a romantic tale, 
written by Edna St. Vincent 
Millay while a student at Vas- 
sar. The mi»icari theme of k 
was wrkten by Deems Tajflor, 
and wast^jcd for this perform- 
ance by Oiartes Hardin. 

EteWn Bwrton phys the |«Tn- 
cess in this light and airy tale 
<^ a princess of long ago and 
her page, u portraj^d by Maggw 
Bliley. Others in the cast are 
Lindsay Shepheard as the Kii^, 
Ann Harbin as tiw Chancellor, 
and Dana Ma^rson, Kathy 
Woodhouse and Liz Kemp as 
three soldiers. Tiie ptay wiH be 
produced by ^jecial arfange- 
mei« widi Walter Baker Co. 

Hie s»»nd play, "Drop of 
a Hat" by Dick Berg was pro- 
duced with great success on 
•television. It is Ae ^ory -of 
Mode Ma^mne aiK) ^ ccwtin- 
uous fight for editorial control 
that goes tm amoiig the s^f. 



ii» Gat ptiate of 
Boaiexwu by next 
QOffuiMats brov#t a „„ 
appHuiM) thm the crowd 




Fran, tte fcn^aC E4it6r-in- 
Chief, piayed by Fbotakie Syer, 
a senkw M Coiukry D^ Sebooi 
is frigi^»ed, b«^t»e mt Wid- 
ow, ptayed by Kay Gore, owner 
<^ the me^udne has »iddea)y 
appeared. Hiis meaiM trouble. 
Fran odls in a friend, Les AI>> 
bott, to be^ her out as 
zinc Edkor. Home Sue P! 
plaj^ this part, and we soon 
realize there can be no re^ 
friend^p in thk d(M^<eM-do| 
business. Leslie Ma^e fi Fran's 
s^pathetic secmtary. O^mi m 
the cast are Marylyn S^i^y 
as Kay, Rachel Brown m Me- 
lissa and Joan Ha^>em as ShN. 
Susan La<x}utuie is Vivian the 
diotdgrapher, Susan Smxigras, 
Detdec the model, and. E^er 
Beasley, Joann M^vis, Nancy 
Strassb«g, Gec»gie Mites and 
Susan McGrath povbsy models. 
1^ s ec r et ari es. Hib f^y wifl 
be }»oduced by spechU .errange- 
ment wiA DramatisU Fky Serv- 
ice, Inc. 

Both plays are und» llie di- 
rection of Mn. Williiim Silk. 

The chorus, under the direc- 
tion of Oiarfes Oliver wiU sfaig 
several sdet^ions from the mu- 
sical "Olivw". 





CAIHY lONtS 



CREEDS filKL 




Pict«r^ dwriaf r«b«Ara«I mn IUcImI Brown is t^ tnmi mmi 
(kft to rtffkt) FoBtafai Sy«r, C«roI IMUiwy, lUy G«^ Hii^ 
JPlMteM umI i«M Halpwii. (Staff Pluite hy fti^l^) 



OtEEDS — Miss Catby 
J<»es wag crowned May Queen 
of ibc Knotts Island May Day 
Fe^y«i SntunteV before « 
crowd of some 2,000 spectiHon. 

Miss Jones, who brbuglhit in 
about 30.000 wies in the fll^y- 
a-w«e oonleot, was spoomred 
by tint Creeds Volunteer Fire 
DeMtinient Jaine* A. TWjjpt' 
1. M. Hood were |«ieti^Ndnlr 
men of faor cuHMiga 

WH of her $300 w^ oi 
votes went to the Knotts TtM/A 
Votunteer Fire DepartiMot lik) 
the other $150 went W;'^ 
Ort^s unk jftsr fin equifilier' 

Tte featlval was iponst^ed t> 
the Ladies AuJtilliHry of th 
Knotts Inland Votynteer Ph 
D^artment. 

Frank' kellam was mastv. ^. 
(xrenionies and VirjRoia Beteli 
Fkt Chief 6. B. Bnnb w» 
gruKi 6re minhel. Mhtt imt 
wts prowneti by WGH JDi^ 
Oecffge Crawford. 

Ooier Virginia Beat 
tari^ attending included ^ 
Fnaric A. DMck an*^ 
<Mei J. E 



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THOROUGHGOOD 
CAftDEN UKB 

THORqpGHGOOD ~ T%t 

faoroughgood Geid» Club m6 
ecer'.ly at the Iwmc of Mrs. R 
'. Bnwdy. ' ' ' 

Qbc« fltelcer for the evcniflf 
■m derrick Hnmmdnd, chi^ 
ipKK^turkt for Norfolk, whc 
^Hdet of| thrubs a^c 
ping, 
annual Thoroug^gooc 
Garden Tour was Sjturda^ 
■nomhig. Several gardens were 
(^n and refreshments wen 
served at Mrs. A. H. Culpepper'? 
home ft>lk)wing the tour. 

Flofttsr clinics for A|ml will 
be 84 die home of Mrs. S. L. 
Dcnty. 

A IJtterbug conte^, "Amerio: 
TTie ^aulifiil Without L»::er' 
has been ccmipleted in the Thor- 
oughgood Elementary School. 
The foHowing children w6n 
awards: Foi^ posters: 44h grade, 
IxHiiM Craw{<^; 5tii grade, San- 
<ka Cameron; 6th grade, ^ron 
O'Bryan. For essays: 7<h grade, 
Oaudia Griffin. The bontest was 
«K>nsored by tiie T^oroughgood 
Garden Club. 

Members who wrni awards at 
^ roee^g were: Arrangements 
— Wue, Mrs. C. L. Owens; red, 
Mrs. J. A. lordan; and yellow, 
Mrs. J. A. Jordan. Horticulture 






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li^ Dicy bow iKwddresses and 
«iK:h carried a semi-cascade of 

rgkunclias with Ei»lish 
ftttfeMmids \mc Un. 
Llewellyn tteleii, Jr. o€ Char- 
Jottes^^, c(N]^ of ^bc Mde; 
wan Cynllkia Henrtnough of 
RMeigh, N.C.; Miss Nonna 
Faggton of Metuchen, N J., Md 
Mia» Rg^ PiTPt of ^trrii^^on, 
fil., lyito wm j^wiMd the same 
as 4i)e mia and n»rtr(»i of 
iK»or. 

B^ man was )^n David 
MftAiews, Jr., imifter of lite 
tMidc^room, and Ae inters were 
Cafi Arodt SwintfegR', brother, 
of the bnici ioim Morgan cl 
Nofiyk, eoosQi of the bride- 
fRJOm; DoagiK^ Mflier, Beiija- 
«ia. Fd«dl, Jr., tad Otai^ 
Leftin, all of Viifiiua Beach. 
Ring beam- was Damon Mat- 
Hiei^ aepbtw of <te .brale> 
groom. 

Inunedialely fdkywing ibt 
c^iNiHlMiy, the feoepy<iB was 
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tteht Oab. After a Southem 
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been s^rW^g tiif 
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TV W. Gray end Mrs. H. Fq i»tcr of 
Prince; iinA rcjd, Mrs. J. A. 



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KEMPSVILLE — The 
KempsvtHe Garden Club recent- [* 
'Iv held its regular meeting at 
tne home of Mrs. John W. 
Moore, 5156 Amberly Road. 
The guest speaker was Mrs. Ce- 
cil Reid who spoke <» "Horti- 
culture—the culture and grow- 
ing of kk". * 

Tb^ Princess Anne Plaza 
Club menrbers judged arrange" 
ments imd Mrs. C. A. Bamfor:!h, 
Mrs. Andrew Johnson and Mrs. 
W. A. Skallii^ w^i% awarded 
bkie ribbcms. Mrs. John Moore, 
Mrs. W. E. Shiflctt, Mrs. H. P. 
Tyler and Mrs. H. T. Aydtette 
received, 'red riMKMis. 

F6r fioiticulfbVe, WUe ribbons 
were awu%! to Mrs. H. P. 
Tyier, Miss iUUhlem O'ftourke. 
im. H, D. Righ, Mrs^ John 
Kfooie, Mrs. AiKiiew Johnson, 
Mn. W. B. Shiflett, Mrs. Earl 
D. De Shields, Mn. H. T. Ayd- 
tette and Mrs. W. A. StaHin(;s. 
Mrs. Andrew Johnson and Miss 
KiE^een O^oitrkr r«:eived red 
ribbons. 



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Tlie Bayskle Baptist Cbiird| 
will tvave a Ba|3itisma) Hnnke 
Sunday at 7:30 p.m. 



ENGAGED 




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iRtlVHI IklW Committee 
Milt OfHH i Make Plans 



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lA BEACH — Mipi 

<Hoves became tfte 

M Oliver Sam- 

Ik. on April 1 1 

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,ev. Edmund Berfc- 

churdi, per- 

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way A. Qto^/m 

Fauquier (jpuiKy. 

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ivar SanMlan Jr. 

R. Larry Jjambert, A. Forest 
Robertson apd Vratk Robertsxm. 
alJofNortplk. 

A rec^Hion was held on tiie 
80«ft pc*ch of the C^avalier Ho- 
tel. ^^ftefV'wed^iii^ tri]rp^1vf<m- 

flw cfiOgte^iU live in Uniyer^y 
Ga^S%Kffl<olk. 

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Vu^U^roiA u^iActt — Link- 
h<^ti Pork Gai^ Club v/m 
make their apiinf' spring pit- 
griflinB'Olf 1^*^49^ 

^41 vlltoavf Princess Anne 
Coi ^^^^.at 9:30* am. for 

served at Weslraes Gburch. 

For 'fiirtin tofortpatioQ call 
Mrs. Clriiwver. m-9492. 



\m SIDTH GC 

BAYSIDE— The Lake Smith 
Garden Club held their April 
naeeiii^ at the home ci Mrs. O. 
J. &nrth, Farrington Road. 

Mrs. A. J. Ogg was guest 
speaker. She talked to the dub 
<m flower arranging and the use 
oi various containers. 

The ciub held rte annual in- 
stdllati(MOi of officers dinner at 
Charlies Seafood Restaurant 
Monday ni^. 

Membens made spiring hats 
from fre^ gardm materkls to 
wear ^ the meeting. 

Ribbons for flower arrange- 
ments were awantod to Mrs. 
M. G. Glissom, Mn. M. A. 
Graham, Mrs. W. L. Jonns and 
Mrs: G. L. Norman. 

Ribbcms ixx horticulture wiere 
awarded to Mi%. Glissom, Mrs. 
Or^)ain> Mrs. Jonns and Mrs. 
J. Albrkton. 



MRS. TAYLOR WINNER 

LYNNHAVEN — Mrs. John 
Lemuel l^ylor, 2808 Pine 'Ride 
Lane, is a winner m the Better 
Homes &Xjardens Recipe Idea 
Contest. 

Entrants were invited in- the 
October^ November and Dacem- 
ber issues of BH & G to submit 
recipe ideas using at leiast one 
"ccMJvenience fo6d" {mix, in- 
stant, read^-to-eat, frozen, etc.). 

The Recipe Ideas Contest was 
held in celebration of the sale, 
last C^ter.of m 10,00d,00Olh 
cs<^y 1^^ C^ok Book. 



MISS LINDA LOUISE RICKS 

RICKS — PACKER 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mr. 
and Mrs. George Erkk Ricks 
announce the engagement of 
their daug^er, 'Linda Louise 
Ricks to Kelvin Blaine Parker, 
Jr., swj of Mr. and Mrs. Kelvin 
Blaine Parker. 

Miss Ricks *is a stud^it at 
Virginia Beach Hi^ School. 
She is the granddaughter <rf Mr. 
and Mrs. Otto Burton Ricks of 
Norfolk, and Frank Gill and the 
late Mrs. Gill of Norfolk. 

Mr. Parker k. attendii^ Old 
Dominion CoBegie. He is the 
^andson of Mrs. Jaifies Martin 
Parker and the late Mr. Parker, 
and Mrs. Theo Nswkirk and the 
late Mr. Ncwkirk. , 

A June wedding is planned. 



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A coffee was held previou^y 
hy Mrs. Davis ki^ month at the 
Golf Ranch Motel. The iocmtd 
meeting last week featured an 
o^T roast at Kurd's Restate- 
rabt on the beautiful ^lore of 
Lynnhaven iRiver. The ladies 
were served oys(«3 in season ip 
^ well-known disAics. 

It was announced at the meet- 
ing at Hurjd's that the Virginia 
Beach Antique Show Mid Sale 
has become so well known it is 
believed to be the l>lggest held 
ia the State (rf Vii^ia. Even at 
this Kirly date, applications for 
booths have been received from 
deai«^ from Maine to Fk»ida, 
and there is a waiting list. 

Last year's sale has beeii con- 
sidered the beat ope yet and 
more than $8,OpO was r«ilized 
which will allow the Princess 
Anne Woman's Ouh, A*rho spon- 
sors the gigafttic show and sale, 
to continue providing ^holar- 



ships for worthwhile studer^. 
The remainder is being neld in 
a hank earning interest and will 
be used toward die construction 
of the proposed Mental Health 
Center. 

Arrangements have been 
made by the committee to have 
an antique car in the Armed 
Forces Etey parade which will 
help to stimulate interest in tfie 
for^coming show. 

Meetings are planned for each 
month forGhcoming and wiH be 
held, at the member's homes. 
Mrs. Edward A. Simiele will be 
hostess for the next meeting on 
May 12. 

Members of die gen€?»i-An- 
tique Show committee and the 
committees they head are Mrs. 
iR. H. Owwi, Advisor and chair- 
man of >^lers; Mn. B. , W 
Wroten, chairman of "Angle's 
^Kitchen" with Mrs. J. V. Powdl 
as vi(« chairman^ Mrs. Clarence 
Dykes, advertising; Mrs. Dav^ 
Y. Malbon, art and decpr/Mts. 
W. F. Troutnwiai, hostssses; Mrs 
Sherman . H. , Bullis, business 
chairman, with Mrs. C. L. 
Herschberget; as vice chairman; 

Mrs. iT'o'Et-iM^**^^^' tickets; 
Mrs. Thomas D.'McCrory, pub- 
licity; Mrs. George L. Aldndge, 
hospitality; and Mrs. Shniele, 
patroiK and patronesses. 



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SHOPS FOR THE LADIES AND THEIR DAUGHTERS 



BATHING SUIT SALE! 

Close out of last season's styles, 

AH f>riced 5.00 or 1/2 hff 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

TO ZIOA AND HER NEW 

NAUTILUS NATURAL , 
SCIENCE MUSEUM 

"A Real Credit To Our City" 
313 17th STREET 

Next Door To^ 

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in Tidewater. 

Come in today and choose y<H«r p l ttf^fw 

mother. * _ 

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Teddy Roosevelt visited Norfolk in 1907 to open tho 
Jtmestown Exposition. 

, . . Then H. D. Oliver Had been known for 42 years. 

Norfolk was a proud host to this distinguished 
guest. Teddy Roosevelt was a name known to all. 
Another name well known in Tidewater in 1907 was 
H. D. Oliver. The whole community relied upon 
H. D. Oliver for complete and dignified handling 
of all their burial and funeral needs. H. D. Oliver 
today remains one of the most respect«l Jiames in 
its field. An experienced staff, modern facilities, 
including a new home in Virginia Beach, and 100 
b years of service, assure complete and careful handl- 
ing of every n^. Call on H. D. Oliver when you 
want the finest. 



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ROSE SOCIETY ENJOYS 
"MIRACLE OF THE ROSE'* 



VIRGINIA BEACH ~ Dr. 
M. I. Krischer, a Member of the 
TUewater Rmc Society was 
(XMnmefMMir fM-'tbe pretenta- 
tion of a »}kMr-sUde jrt»wmg of 
tfie "Mirtde Of The Rose" held 
by Ae Socbty r«:ently in <he 
AttoiftiatratHMi Boilding erf die 
Norfolk Bolatikfl CkrdMis. 

Skown on the icreefi was |}i« 
"Wtwkl's Fair Salute", a beauti- 
ful red tmt in iKmor of the 
World's Fair". 

"TTic Mhwjle of the Rose" 
combmn aH die womkrful cokv 
whidi Jan be enjoyed with the 
world's' qiost univcrtally-toved 
plant. 

"Tropicana" was not only the 
All-Amerioan winner for 1963, 
but also <he rose which has 
14 International Top honors ^ 
heavy competttkMi in shows 
diroughout Western Europe. 
It's a magnificent hybrid tea — 
vigorous and resistaot to dis- 
eases. 

■Roses donk have to be pown 
hi marshalled beds. TTiev can 
be tied-in beauttfully w»A the 
mo<fem trend in garden design. 

The hybrid tea is the best 
known and me^ poputor n»e. 
Floribunda roses is CMie of the 
new clasws coming up in po|)u- 
larity each year. 

T*o new roses share itie 
awards as^ All-America wiimen 
in 1965. "Cametot", a lush 
Rrandiflora, bearing large, S-inch 
blooms in clusters of 2, 3 or 
more on kmg sturdy sten». 
"Mister Lincoln", b dw other 
All-America whin» fw 1965— 
the new hybrid tea dtSf^^ <tecp 
red, 6-inch btooms whkh tatve 
die look and feel of velvet T!w 
foliage is unusually large, lus- 
trous and dark git«n. 

Airather of the Mwett of se- 
lect r(»es for 1965 planting is 
die wonderful tea rose named in 
hoiWT of John F. jKennedy. The 
tarte President loved flowers and 
all the color they «aye. Despite 
die immeiBe burdens imposed 
upon by his office, he was re- 
spcKjsible durwMi his White HoiBC 
tenur- for re-dcMti^ wd re- 
vitalizing die famed Formal 
Rose Garden Adjohiing his of- 
fice 

Mrs. Arthur McKnifht is vi- 
sitinq with her son. William 
McKnight. and has f-%mily >a(t 
their home in Bay Cotony. 



WE BRIDGE THE GAP 




When newcomers move to 
town, our Hostess greets them, 
and extends a welcome, with 
the personal messages of our 
friendly, civic-minded spon- 



sors. 



NEWCOMERS ORHnNG 

Mra. MtrgarM Lewman 
Hotlott 



F« enotk: cokM-, the newest 
Mid muM. i^l»«stif^[ in itnei ^ 
fouml in the vsriety called 
"Balin^e". Hils is a mm ^' 
foctive tuffuston of brown mA 
tawny oimflge. 

The ftoibunchis are a woii- 
drous class of roses bemuie each 
plant ^ves humheds of bkioms 
during the ^asonj At the end 
of nch branch aiv clust^ of 
from 5 to 7 excitipi blooma. 

A ^st panel of 15.000 home 
nrdeners acctaimed "Polynetlan 
Sunset" as the Rc»e of the Year 
for 1965. jThc Mooms wt frtt*- 
rant and huge, averaging <m 
indies across, and iht warm 
a>ral-orai^e toins reflect sH die 
beairty of an audienlic Poiyne- 
ian Sunset. 

Every now and dien it't t 
'onderful Hft to sec something 
ifferent— and that will be dis 
^perience in growir^ "Candy 
Stripe". Instead of a solid pink, 
it offers blooms of deep du&ty 
pink with stripes and stretki «t 
random. This effect lives a 
happy expression to the rose 
named "Candy Stripe". 

Good roses sl^rt widt good 
roots. MfTien starting out widi 
new rose bushes, be sure to 
check die root systems closely 
so that any bruised roots can be 
nipped off. The heart of a good 
rose bush is it's root system — 
for h»lthy, strong ^K>ts can be 
devek>(fBd only if aM tarulsed 
and lnx>ken. tips are trimmed 
back a half-inch above thfe point 
of uqury. Wh^r the wij^tsrs are 
mikl, set the bud unkm 2 inches 
or a little above the ground soil 
l«?yel. 

k pays to iiave all die soil in 
gredients biOidy at planting time. 
Don't let the rose bud^ dry 
out. Keep them in a bucket df 
water so that (he root^ are moist 
tf planting, canmrt be <leat 
imnwdiately.^ • 

Set tiw lose* plaht on a raised 
cone of soil in the colter of th<c 
hole. FnH in the soil slowly and 
spread out die tO(M fan-wise 
down the sides of the soil <»ne. 
This permits the rose to get off 
to « b^ter start. 

Hie r<»e needs 5 to 6 hours of 
sun, and should be placed in 
well-drain^, fertile soil 

The abov^ exoerpts w«e ob- 
taiiKd dirou^ me courtesy of 
J. Wi% and Sons Company of 
Newark, New Jersey who pro- 
vided die slides and conmeOtary 
widi it. 

The Tidewater Rose SdCiety 
meeting was presided by Edward 
Tippo, presid^t. Plans ^mtt fw- 
mu*Btcd for a "Rose Show" to 
be held diis October, date to be 
announcol at a later time. Fred 
Wallace, treasurer of die diA 
was appointed "^ow Chttr- 
nian" for tiiis event. Oiarles Tur- 
risi was appointed ][»rliamehtar- 
ian. 

The next regular meettng of 
die club will be held on May 23, 
at 3 p.m. at die Botanical C^- 
dens. 

Tlie board wiH meet for dis- 
cussion on die tRose Show on 
May 18, at 8 p.m. at die home 
erf the TiRJOS, in Birchwood 
Gardens. 



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Iqr h$m Ncwmm 

A MOTHERS* DAY PRAYER 

For mothers who have rai^ 
their children and wisely given 
k>ve and guidance and have 
seen the fruits of their labors 
in the characters of thsir 
chiklren 

We ask a special blessing ak>ng 
wiih the ^ppy peace which w 
already dicirs. 

For mothers who have raised 
their diHdren, but \n1io know 
now how unwisely the^^r^ead 
and how poor an example 
<hey gave 

We ask a complete foreiveness 
and die courage to take wttat 
time there is left to amend 
thcif ways. 

For mothers ^fAm are now point- 
ing the way for growing 
minds and souls and v^ 
struggle with the decisions Of 
every day 

We ask Thy Answers to be 
communicated to their hearts 
that they may lead with as- 
surance.^ : . . • ^ -^ 

For mothers, about to be, who 
are in wonder and in awe of 
the responsibility before them 

We ask that they be made aware 
of Thy constant and loving 
hand.' 



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BY OIGA BJWARDS 



Treat Mother to 
Dinner on Her Day 



For "modiers,'* who through 
their ministrations and work 
have mothered many v 

We ask Thy continuing eoumel 
and care. 

We^Mfc ^te» diiflS^ fhis Modi, 
er's Day of nineteen hundred 
and sixty-five, '^ . 

. -,.i^. W^CALEPiDAR 4-,^' 

Monday, Mi^ 10 
Swimming, Caval ier, ttotcl | k>oI, 

2:30 - 8 p.m: 7 ^ 
Pastels and Water Cdors "Y" 
SMs/^ 10-12 nooa 
Tacitfay, May 11 
ludo, Va. Beach Hi|^ School 

Gym., 7 - 9 p.m. 
Tennis, Va. Beadi High Schocrf 
Tennis Courts, 10a.m.-12:30- 
2:30 p.m. 

Wednesday, May 12 
Golf, Stumpy Lake Golf Course 
10-11 a.m. 

^Ttand^r, May 13 1 
Chinese Brush Pamting, "Y" of- 
fice, 10-12 noon 
Oil Painting, "Y" officie 12:30- 
2:30 p.m. 

Friday, May 14 
Silk screening, "Y" office, 10- 
42 noon. 

Mr. and Mrs. John Garrett 
and children, Dianne, Jack, and 
Caroly of Linthicom. Marytfoid, 
were iaster. holiday gue^^ at 
die home bf Utr. tod Mfs. P. H. 
Tunstall, Caren Drive in Birch- 
wood Gardens. 

Mrs^ Tunstall and Mrs. Gar- 
rett are si^rs. 

Mrs. Gewge A- AWridge, 
Mrs. Earl Duval, aiKl Mn. C. L. 
Hcrshberger have just returned 
from Roanoke, Va., where they 
attended the meeting of die Vh-- 
ginia Federation . of Woman's 
Qubs as representatives of the 
Princes Anne Woman's Qub of 
Virginia Beach. 




A li¥«ly imMcm flaor mt the Coquina Bdl 



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The Virginia Beach, Ocean 
Side Circle of die Kite's Daugh- 
ter's Hospital, Norfolk, held dieir 
second annual formal Coquina 
Ball at die CSivaycr Hotel on 
Saturday night. Procesds. from 
this Ball go to the King's Daugh- 
ter's Hospitaljr^^^ . ^ ^ 

The lovely Mi^ 1 L. Stride, 
*. was diairman and her able 
assistants helping with reserva- 
tions at die door were Mrs. 
Jmcs W. AUctt, Ir. and Mm 
RidMrd Tayloe. Some of die 
early arrivals at die dance were: 
Mr. aad Mrs. Ai;ttv^A. New- 
coaib, Mr. awl Mn. Elllatt It 
WatexfieM, Mr. Md IVbs. Al 
Chmry, Mis. Lc«m Qmrry, Mr. 

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aad Mn. S. F. Daaiab, 
Cadttell and Afin Jeaa Ym 
Horn. 

Mn. Wak M. Sdvey, die hos- 
pital nKkninistrator's wife was 
gowned in a provocative one- 
shouldered formal^ one erf the 
seaioft't newest styles, Mra, Wift 
Bromi, rcc^ly chosen 9& the 
best di^sed woman of our an- 

LAKE JOYCE r 

BAYSIDE — The Uke 
Joj^ Garden Club Weld ;dieir 
meeting at die home of * Mrs. 
E. P. Seay) Shcnstoa? Cirdc, at 
1 p.m. Wednesda^y. 

Tlie loljdwii^ lof^cen were 
elected for die 1 965-^6 year: 
pi^d«it, Mrs. Ai C. Gordon; 
tint vice fwesklent, Mrs. $. M. 
Parker; second vice presideirt, 
Mrs. H. K. Crosby; reoorduig 
secretary, Mrs. OecH H. Reed; 
correspondiiw. secretary, Mrs. 
R. F. RhO(fes; ^ea«urer, Mrs. 
R. L. Munii; aad hktorian, Mrs. 
E. P. Seay. 

Mrs. A. C. Goidon was ap- 
pointed to represent tlw dub at 
the Virginia Federation of Gar- 
den Clubs in flicbmond, May 
17-19. Mi«. E. P. Seay » also 
a ddegate. 

jJudj^ from ILarrymore 
(Lawns Garden Club awarded 
blue ribbons to the foUowing, 
Mrs. Seay» Mn. (Rhbdes, aiKi 
Mrs. F. O. ^^fd. 




nual Easter Parade looked ex- 
ceedingly smart and well- 
groomed. Our compliments to 
you! 

Some of die coudIk noted at 
die tables were: Mr. aad Mi*. 
Wm. KeUam, Mr. and Mrs. 
Reeves Johaeon, Mr. and Mrs. 
Bob HoUand, Mr. and Mrs. Joe 
Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Web 
Brown, Mr. aad Mrs. Gcofiie 
MaHcn, Mr. and Mrs. Lewfe 
JolHBon, Mr. and Mrs. Wy^- 
haai BrowB, Mr. md Mn. Stan* 
ley Johnson, Mr. and Mn. Cail 
Ran, Mr. and Mn. E. M. Hall, 
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. WhUehurst^ 
Mr. wd Mn. Ehner TamA, Mr. 
ai^ Mn. E. A. Coyner, and Mr. 
aad Mrs. Robert S. Waiiab. All 
seemed to be enjoying them- 
selves and {wrticipatihg in die 
festivkies <rf tfhe eVj^}^ 

<Mier couples iMtaoon the 
iksux floor were: Mr. mmI Rfra, 
lanes Aflca, Mr. nd Mrs. i^ari 
DeWItt, C^it and Mn. Hal 
Crist, Mr. aad Mn. HaroM Rit- 



ter, Mr. and Mrs. Owm CaBi|h 
bell, Cdr. aad Mn. Oscw Beav- 



en, ChMloMe Btevers, IVftr. J^ 
and Mn. Mike Hiird, Ut.mA 
Mrs. Spencer Lett, Dr. md Vkn. 
C. L. Henry, Dr. ud IVbs. A|vB|. . 
Jarrctt, Mr. aad Mrs. R. W' 
Boaney, Mr. md Mrs. Rdbcit 
Turner, Dr. and Mis. D. iC: 
Brdnerd, Mr. md Mrs. G.,ilj''; 
MecUas, Mr. and Mrs. B. "^W 
devender, Mr. and Mrs. Rlctiailf ' 
WaldMU, Mr. and Mrs. e. Ift-'.. 
Baylor, Dr. and M^ RW^' 
Mayo« Dr. and Mrs. D. YWt^, 
Mr. Mid Mrs. J<4m E. 
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. 
Capt and Mrs. W. H. 
bridge. Dr. and Mrs. Joha Row'! 
ana, Mr. and Mrs. lack Rda^' 
I Mr. uid Mrs. R. B. IMee; nfr* 
Md Mn. Wa. Unrsoai Mc'^iiai ' 
Mn. Gene Swahi, and Dr.' AT' 
yin. HVAnAvnaL 

We feel this affair is bec^tt- 
tng one of the Qu^i diit^uKtt^" 
sodal fittctxm ^of ^ Vttg||k 
Beach scene with {Nominee 1^ 
tendance by many erf pur ^^, 
mos't families. Our con^^la-' 
tions to IVfrs. UMise SM^'pl' 
her bard workuig fXxmaWM. ' ' 





S««t«d (ifft to right) Mrs. Wn. Sdvoy, M^. M. W. Bwn^ 
Mr*. W. H. BaiabrMt*. Cairt. W. H. Bainbridge, Mrs. M. W. B«rr«tt, 
tokA Mr. Wm. S*lv*7. 




EntcriM *!» ballroom (loft to rigkt) Mrs. Cwl Ibi 
Browa, Mr. CuA Rm kU Mrs. W^ BrawB. 



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W« do not know th« reason for it, but 
at <Mr IwnHi w« raceivo an average of five 
f9 % wr«»ig numbtt- calls per day. That 
if f nt^ startling number of calls. And It 
H i^^mlng somewhat irritating> especialfy 
sfrt^ many of thwri come late at night 
of lif-th* wee hours of the mornir^. We 
l^v# becx>me slightly conditioned tathis 
f iKt c^ life, and have learned to answS the 
ringing instrument rather pleasantly in the 
nj^ki of the night without even waking 
up. We try quite diligently to inforni thj 
mupi caller that we are not the party he 
is <mll)ng. But this is becoming a chore and 
our patience Is stretching just a bit thin. 

V\^ admit our telephone number is quite 
similar to a Oty of Virginia Beach number, 
but the first three digits are completely 
dffferent. And we admit that <wr telephone 
mmbtt' h» three of the same numbers of 
the yt^ CrMk Amphibious Base, tnit the 
sequence Is so different and the exchange 
^«3 different we can only wonder how we 
rec^ve so many calls for, the Amphib Base. 
If th^ had Wily happened a few tim^ in 
the past two mwiths, we could laugh it 
off, but It haf^p^s with alarming regu- 



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Pr<^ebty the major cause of our receiv- 
ing so many wrong numbers is the caller's 
l«dk of merfiory. He thinks it sounds^right, 
and mwrily dials away, without confirming 
It. It only takes a moment to look up a 
nuniber In the telephone book. It is there 
fcH" alt to utf. And we heartily endorse its 
use. Thff telephone company has cam- 
paigned for years to have its expensive 
book that is distributed to all its subscrib- 
ers used. We join the telephone company. 

Wrofig numbers are not only Irritating 
to both parties, but time oansuming. That 
same time could best be spent in looking 
up the number in the first place. 

We have lived in a number of cities and 
in a number of different areas within those 
cities. We have had many telephone num- 
bers over the course of the years, some 
similar to those of Iwge installations, but 
we have never received so many wrong 
numbers before. Come on now, what's 
wrong, with Virginia Beach? May we offer 
the suggestran that all of us use the tele- 
phone diredpry as a part of norrtna^ every- 
day lives. After aH, we can only be just 
90 leasant to the wrong number caler in 
the rhiddle of the night. 



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The Welcome Visttor 




The foltavsfing artiderhas |u$t come to 
<wr attention, «k1 v^Yeet <»mpetted ito 
^HS it along. Thf ar^e was ui 
•rid wis sent to us by an Ntd ^ 

SMTvJce totally outside the newspaper 

^atJstically, It badcs up what we, inside the 
n«w^H|per field, have been trying to say 
for y^rs. In many ways it is a revelation. 
^tet wily ikses it show us exactly what our 
readers want, but It is also added fuel in 
the day to day sale of sp^c^ to cwr acJv^r- 
ti4ers. It tells the story much better than 
weaver could, and not sound like we were 
boasting idly. 

Here Is the article in its entirety, with no 
^jtionf or deletions. 

'IMut interests the readers of wetkly 
newspapers? 

The Suburban Press FoundaticMi oon- 

' '" ^^y to find the answer to that 

^n, and Editor & Publisher has prlnt- 

^-, ., w r*$ult4. They cast a revealing light 

on the wants of the millions of people who 

live in the small towns and the countryside. 

.^ o ne would expect, local news W 
^■M In readership, vyith 92.9 per cent 
|i^H|^lled saying they alwdys read 
1*' fl^Hrcent saying they read It sorrie- 



tlmes; and only 0.6 per cent confessing 
they never read it. 

Next — and close behind — came edi- 
torials and lodsl columns. A mere 0.7 per 
<xnf said they nevof read these. 

Third in reader inferesi was advertising. 
Only 2.7 per cent said they never read It. 
All the rest said theyialways or sometimes 
read it. 

Actually, the whole weekly paper is 
very thoroughly read. Even the poorest 
read classification — sports news - drew 
a combined "always" and "sometimes" 
readership of 89.1 per cent. 

The weekly paper is one of the most 
welcome of visitors to rural homes. It stays 
for seven days, not just one. And the whole 
family has a lasting and hearty appetite for 
just about everything in its columns." 

There it is for all to see, read and digest. 

We are even more proud than before 
to be a weekly newspaper. We always 
knew we were wanted. Now we know 
why. We are happy to remain In your 
homes all week. We hope we will con- 
tinue. We promise to do our best in our 
continuing aim to bring you the very best 
Of what you want. Incidentally, we are 
always looking for new homes too 



na Ninth Mfffst pify 

Two months and one day have passed ceaMd to exist. That building, once called 
since our assocla^ with thf Virginia the .(^rrhouse, is now the City Hall. The 
Beach %n began, nmt sines we be^me city^its signs have t>eerr moved alt the 
permail*nt resWents the World'l Largest wrfy ro the borcters of Norfolk and Chesa- 
Resort Ctt^. Ws have now had a chance to pa^ and to the hJorth Carolina border, 
travel to nearly every area of the sprawling ^VIncess Anne County is only a fond 
metropolis, and to see first-hand the oppor- memory now, but the cause of progress Can 

tunities afforded here. We are amazed at only be served by keeping it that way -- a 
the growth of the area during our eight memory. We now live in the City of Vir- 

year absence. Virginia Beach is no lor^er ginia Beach and It behooves all of us to 

a little town, full of isolated small cc^n- consider it our home and our city. The 

munities, but a thriving city. The isola^ Pennsylvania' Dutch have a Unique way of 

rommunities have grown so much and so expressing themselves. They de^ribe the 

quickly that their boundaries are 'meeting man of the household a$ the head of the 

and growing together. house by saying, "Papa is all!" It is time 

Now more than ever we are a^vlnced for us to borrow from these fine peop\e 

that the time has arrived for each indivi- and to say, "Virginia toach is all!" 
dual area to take stock of itself, to stop *|f some of oOr refers are still having 

considering Itself a wholly independent trouble adapting to such an Idea, we have 

community, and to make a conscious effort a suggestion. There is a remarkable film, 

to become a part of the ninth largest .city made by the City of Virginia Beach which 

in the United States. This can only be ac- shows off all the finer points of the city 

compllshed by the individual citizens resid- to the best advantage, but still tefis a true 

Ing in these areas. The time has long smce story of all that we have here. We have 

passed when civic pride and civic accom- been fortunate in seeing this film. At its 

pllshment should have been evidenced, conclusion we were ready to take pen In 

But even though this is overdue, there is hand and buy the place, but our finances 

no better time to begin than right now. are limited. The Virginia Beach Chamber 

We are appalled at some of t^e com- of Commerce has made and will continue 
ments we have heard. So many persons are to make, this film available to the general 
only interested in their own residential public. Any organization interested in 
community or theif own business commun- seeing the film and interested lr\ the reali- 
ity, instead of the total Virginia Beach city zation that Virginia Beach is no'longer a 
complex. How is It possil^ for a groif ing small town should contact the Chamber, 
city to prosper unless thi overall import- If, after seeing the film, you ?tlll cannot 
ance of the entire city is the business at fully understand the merits of your home- 
hand to be emphasized? town, we can only assume you are living in 
How is it possible that anyone who can the past and are not willing to accept your 
rightfully call himself a resident of Vir- responsibility as a responsible citizen, 
ginia Beach would not be willing to exhibit The center of the city is no longer on 
pride In suchi a magnificent city? How is the waterfront. The city is too big for that, 
it possible that so many citizens can com- The sooner all of us realize this simple fact, 
pletel>w ignore the fact that Princess Anne and begin ^o pull together, the better all 
County and the City of Virginia Beach were of us will be for -it. We are glad to be living 
joined together more than three years ago here, in the ninth largest cify in the nation 
by a vote of the people? Let us face the and In lh« World's laroMt resort City. Join 
facts. Princess Anr)e County is dead. It has us. ^----.-:-'--^^-^-^--' ' .. .^-.-i ^^^-^ 



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1* c«i8H«mor«tMB sf tk« tUrtjr two f^un of (l«^c«t*«i ••rvic* 
to tho public at kii Tazkco SimImi oil IT^ SIfoot and Arctic, Clydo 
Gajlo wat aarpriwd MoB«M]r 'Wttt* a dollcioa* aaalvonary cako 
proMwtod! to kin bjr kit wifo Mrs. Emaar Gayb. 

(Staff Pkoto hy Hoickkalm) 



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THEKEp* 
HISTORICAL SOOETY 
OF PRINCESS ANN! 

COUNTY 

HistoKU briefs about the area 
HOW kHown as Virginia Beach. 

, Grace Sli^rwood was not the 
only woman in Princes Arnie 
Courty acciBed of witchcraft. 
Anne Byrd was chai^ with 
being a wH<* by Charles Kinsey 
who daimed "^ nxia him 
aloi^ the seaside and home to 
his house". H <aje yrar 1699 
Anne's husbawd sued Kinsey for 
defamation of his wife's char- 
acter. At iie triai JCinsey told 
the jun^ that ncrt' only Anne but 
her husbatid, Joiin, were in 
league with *he (fcvil "and did 
serve him". After a lengthy trial,' 
defendant Kinsey seeking- to 
prove Anne's familiarity' with 
evil spirits, 4he verdict was: 
— '*We ^ jury du find for the 
defendant. Hu^ CampbeJ^ fdre- 
majL" What ever haf^Bcd to 
:he ^itch Ani« By«l a^er the 
trial is nof^ bywillM C. B. 
Bryw, tJ.O., wtai wrdb the! 
story ki his "HfitOiy rt'Lyai- 
haven Parnb ' RriiK^ ham 



In CAse you might have forgotten, Sun- theif::¥i^ jg g it fo r yieytime, the laundry 

day, May ^belongs to AAothers. Once a will fafe just a shade more difficult. And 

year, we finally get around to paying fri- how come Dad,doesn'| know which shoe 

bute mm gal we should have been p^-. ,>go#s on which footj^li' js elso nice of Dad 

ing tribute to all year. So be sure and don^t to attempt to keep the kids quiet so AAom 

forget Her day this year. can get that aforementioned extra fifteen 

In most cases, on, Mother's Day, It Is the minutes of sleep, but does he have to yell 

occasion that Mom gets to sleep fifteen at them to keep them quiet^ 

fast in bed. The fact that he spills the cof^ what counts. This Mother's Day will be no 

k /"i *u u' "!^®"J^^*'"9 *^® ^''*"9® °^ exception in homes all across the land, 

tjed clothes by Mother is purely coinci- There will be happiness In many, sorrow in 



All of those freedoms for which the Russian people had so , 
dearly sacrificed were, at last, a rwJity — but there was still 
hunger and grinding poverty. The brave slogans shoutetL with^ 
ferver before the revolution were now only timorous echoes in 
the cavernous hunger of Xh& peo^t|.r 

IT WAS NOT yet six months' since Tsar Nicholas II had 
abdicated, esding an era of cruel oppression, in favor of a denio- 
cratic provisional government; and already po^^erfu^un^erC^tfent» 
of revolt were sweeping "ttle ^at^l.'A'^drfeai^, l>c>Veny stHtken, ' 
miserable population strove vainly to make-tji? tran^lon from 
virtual slavery to freedom. But glib, persuasive men m^ed anlong - 
them s})eaking of more food, of better jobs and true ffeadoms. The 
communist iftessa^of "peace and freedom" was <^iah&l h sooth- 
ing terms *^ch had a fKwitive ring. Compnmism was dressoftsfs^-rr 
up as something like demacritic liberalism or patridt^, nationalisiff " - 

and words like peace, fT«yotti and democracy were' used libefally.'" 

In thfc ei^ "Russia, torttired, wasted -and bftrayed, ^sccBmEed, in " .-^ 
piteous ck*si>air, to the "dictatorship ofljie pfx)letariat.* ' C 

parly in November, l9l?, the' Bolsheviks, led ^' jfikolai 
Lenin, over thre* thfc tottering provisional government and fofineii - 
the Union of Sijviets Socialist Republics.^Jiis. so calted "revolt ' " 
of thd^detariat" was hot something that had devetoped over 
night. Ftfr Leijin atad his fellbw Bplslieviks h&d been- perfetting 
their plans for hwrf than ten yearjs. , ,' 

IJilflN, d man of towering intellect and great organisational 
abilities, had been a revoliitlfanist alfof his adult hfe. At ^fwatceii 
he saw ^js brother jiang Wt an abortive attempt on the l^eol the 
Tsar. Ttiis trautnitjc experfence wa4 to have a profound effect on 
young Usiin and, indeed,, on the wojrld! • ' #/ 

He was to wriie late^ ^t a^, h« stood wJ^lngJiisl»bf(^tWr*s V 



dental. And because dear old -Dad makes 
such a mess In the kitchen while preparing 
breakfast, and It will take Mom an extra 
hour to clean up makes ,no difference at 
all. Sometimes, on Mother's Day, Dad will wui< 
dress the kids too. That Is a kind thing to Day 
°0' except that when he dresses them in- 



some. In too many cases, Mom -wUI [jave 
to make do with a letter; e c^rd, a bouquet, 
or a telephone call fr0m' f«r away. But It is 
still her day this Sunday, and w^ pay tri- 
bute and homage to hen Hej^py Mother's 



THE VIRGINIA BEACH OPEN FORUM 



You are to be complimented Gentlemen 

on the imfMovement <rf the Vir- 
ginia Beach Sun I have noted 

lately. I 'have been a subscriber 

for many years, ^nd this is the 

first time I hava ever written to 

any tTiewspaper. Of partkulbr 

interest to me has been tfie 

chan^ in the editorial page. I 

<k) not always agree with every- 

U>ing you say, but I do enjoy 

reading the editorials. I would 

suggest that 'the use of an edi- 

to;rial cartoon on *that page 

would add even more. 
You are usirtg many more 

pictures than' bcfwe, and this is 

•fo my liking. We, who have lived 

in Vir^nia Beach for many 

years, hke to see our "own" in 

pictures. It also seems to me 

that there Is more news in the 

paper titan there uspd to be. 

My family and I enjoy reading 
all about our friends and even 
abput th^ folks we don't knqw. 

thank you for continuing to 
give us a good hometown news- 

iraper. I assure you I am a 
iaittiful cover to coVer reader. 
Sincerely, 

Mrs. Calvin Mitchell 
Virginia Beach 
* Ed. Note. An editorial cartocm 
will become a wtekly feature 
beginning iiext week. 

Incidentally, we thank you 
for your Complimentary words 
to the above letter. It is not often 
that anyone takes <lime out to 
say n&c thin^. On the other 
h^nd, crMcism is much easier 
ftw us to %U. However, in de- 
fense, M that criticism u of the 
(»>astructi^ kind, we are al- 
tMays ready td ^cept M and to 
ttbKfe by it. But Aanks again 
for the kind words. We'U try 
to live up to ileia. 



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It is incteed • encouraging to 
announce that great strides have 
been made in enforcement of 
the aMi-poUution jwogram ^\x 
the Hampton Roads Harbor 
Area. The marked reduction in 
pollution violations during re- 
cent years is due to the loya. 
support of all concerned, and I 
wish to express riiy appreciatitm 
for the splendid assistance which 
you have rendered. 

With idle sunmufr season near 
at hand, our bodies in Vireinfa 
will sxwi be iheavily pc^miated 
by local citizCTs and touriste. I, 
'therefore, wi^ to ettttst. y«if 
si^^ in sBking «he puWk; to 
tJMBS e^ei^ pt!cantion to jHtveirt 
l<Ms of Oil during fueling opera- 
tions and to utlGk; kx»l ^cili- 
ties available for/the disp(^ of 
oil and refuse. Masters of vw- 
seb who have no ^ernative but 
to d^xjsit oil and refuse at sea 
shoidd be urged to do, so at ^ 
distance as far beyond the fifty- 
mile lunit as practicable. Pellu- 
tion studies indicate that, under 
(»rtain wind and tide4x)nditions, 
oil and refuse discharged over- 
board far out at sea are fre- 
quently washed ashore resulting 
in deplorable conditions at* the 
various bcwrhes. 



to pa-trol *he Hampton iRoads 
and Norfolk Harbor areas and 
off-«hor6 from beaches along the 
Atlantic Ocean and Chesapeake 
Bay. These patrols are in addi- 
tion to boat patrols conducted 
by the Unked States Coast 
Guard. 



Sincerely yours, 
F. B. PROCTOR 

'"\Lt Col. Corp of Engineers 
^ipprvisor of -the Harbor 
of4lampton Roads 



rtacabre death dance, he berime convinced AtsCtoiHy riiass uprisiiifj* 
would ev*r squelch the tyranny of atitberacy: ffe fttW tht nl^Tla- . 
tirfn Of the proletariat as a class, th^'bnly njeaiis qf achieving diis 
end. . • ■ ■' •'•'.•. ■ • .f^'ir ;*':i ' ' 

After studying law, I^nin turned his bdck on everything and 
devdted himself totally to the preparation and lmpl*tn*nWtiot|. of 
die revohrtion. Although thl§ devotion made hira -a marked than, - 
doomed to prison anjl exile — he did not stop. He was a man of 
few morals and eVtth fewer scruples but his dedication to the Cont- 
munist cause was boundless. Any means was accprtabl^ if th^ de-' " 
sired end could be achieved. "We . . . should liot te measiired by 
the narrc^ Jenets. of bDure;eqis qjorality", he proclaimed^ ''swne- 
tinies a scoundrel is useful to out" party pr^isejy be<Jause he' is a 
scoundrel." , , ■ ■ ' " ' 

WiJH A CONSTANCY to purpose, almost religious in 
nature, Lenin frocefully carried out the Bolshevik program of 
"peace and freedom." Disregarding the international cosnequences, 
be fulfilled his promise of peace. Almost, ihimediately he begatt 
negotiations with the Germans, much to the chagrin of the allies, 
and within a month concluded an armistice. . 

The same determination carried over in his proinise to briiw 
"true freedom" to the \yeo^\t. He seized all private and chunaj • 
property ; and banks and bank accounts were to become the proper^ 
of the state. The means of industrial produotion were handed ov^r \ | 
to the workers and the employment of one person by another waS 
forbidjlen. . <" 

Every citizen was ordered to go to work for the new goverh*- 
ment and work quotas were established. For the moment Lenin 
Concentrated on one task arid one task alone — the growth and toti 
success of Communism in Russia. He pledged an "open mass sys- 
tematic terror against the bourgeois and it's agents". The bour- 
geois being the opponents of Lenin and his "jdeals". 

The brief warming sunlight df freedom into which the Russian 
people had fled was setting. The "night of barbarism" of which 
Churchill had spoken was once again descending over the Russian 
people. 



As Supervisor of the Harbor 
of Hampton 'Roads, I am con- 
tinuing day aind night patrols 
by boat and car with a view to 
enforcing applicable Federal 
Laws which prohibit Uic polhi- 
tk>n of our coaxal and river 
waterf. Commercial planes are 
also bsed at fi^^uem iatervafai J 
durli^ Qib critica} reM)it ^imm 




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nel«n4 eS R*ffl«tr«tiMi Day are (left to right) Willie £l|. 
waafM-, Jti^ MmiM, Dow|a Meryaa aad Jeaaore Moore. 
' (SUff nisto by ReiebbalM) 

SEDdBOSIS TRAINS YOUTH 



VI^^A^ BEACH — Fifty 

cte^ ki Omip ChnM^ the 
RM Oon Voutfi L^KMip 
tnSiulg Gfdm ift ^TMew^er 

To \ma tbovA the Red C^s 
ind 4ti^«etvice8 and to Moi^e 
an opportunity for muvilu^l 
Dowtn md <|eve)opmem, ^ty 
prii and tweMy boys reiM-e^hi- 



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tog differed Red Cross chapters 
got togjDhcr under the chtir- 
matti^ip of Mn. E. G. Middte- 
ton, Jr. High sdiool repr»snta- 
tives ware Miss Pat Shumate and 
Miss Kykie Giannoutsos. Mra. 
Liz OConnor, R.N., Mrs. 
Myeri PemeH, R.N., and Mrs. 
Marpirct Ware. R.N. were tfw 
nurses. The hosf>italRy chair- 
man was Mrs. Ada Manganaro. 
For n^oan^ were Richard Dii- 
lingbeck, assistant fkld director 
American Red Cross, Fort Eus- 
tis, and Mrs. Hesiter R. Moore, 
director Red Cross Youth, Nw- 
foUc Qmpter. Prc^ram consult- 
ant fcH- «ie area was Mrs. Lois 
M.!htekoQ. 

From Friday afternoon with 
die registration of itiiese fifty vol- 
unteer members till packing to 
go home on Sunday noon, they 
had two days to learn new 
things about the iRed Cross and 
its humane sirfi6e«, BetweM 
recreation and time i<yr fun, 4hey 
discussed topies about leader- 
ship skills, Red Cro^ imetna- 
iioui programs and the Wood 
pto^&m. A water safety pro- 
gram on tiie beach was inclu^ 
OQ tbe Si^urday sche<^e. 



Going hofne on Sun<ky after- 
noon, tfiey took with itfiem not 
only a new feoowledge' about 
tiie vast field t|gl is &tc Red 
- ll/i^iBss, but also TCW^ ideas that 
'**^will serve for individual growth 
«rid developraeat. f ^^^ 



NORFCMJC — Top )m4^- 
ship for the United Cerebral 
Pafsy of Metropoiitan Hampcon 
mads, Inc. Oam|Kiign, May 1- 
31, 1ms been completed now wich 
the appointm^it of chaurmM fcr 
the seven ctti«. 

John M. Birs(^, president of 
Birtch Construction Corp. is die 
general campaign Qiairmail. 
Members of the Cam^ign Steer- 
ing committee in V^Sinta Beacb 
are: Mrs. Dan Hmh, General 
Residenual d*airmtn, and Stan- 
ley Brinkley, Corp(H«0 Appeal 
chairman. 

The funck raised in l!»» dWw 
wiH help UCP to sb^ ot an kt- 
panded pr<^mm at service Ifi* 
duding 1]ie fc^owii^ objectives: 
Establtshing three Growth and 
Development Oinics; establi^- 
ing a Home Service Program lof 
home-bound CP, and expandif^ 
tile pro-am of Development 
Centers for CP Y<Hiiig Adut^ 
and Children. 

Seventy-five p«- cent xA tiie 
funds collected will be used lo- 
cally and m the state, with the 
remainmg twoity-five per'cefrt 
used in National UCP programs 
(rf reseanh and profM«Mttl ed- 
ucMkm and serviM. 

I ■ ,l | l» M »1lll C I|» I I II J II - I 

GIRL SCOUTS ENTERTAIN 

BAYSIDE — Fouf Girl 
Scout Troops from Bayside en- 
tertained children from Muscu- 
lar Distr^hy and N^i<Mal 
Crippled Cnildrens Association, 
Saturday, at Thoroughgood 
SohooL . _ ^^^_ ^ ^ 1 

It ^ 't •^3^*111^ party, 
TTiere was a loc&l band on hawd 
to fumi^ music, "Timmy the 
Toymaker" was there a^ well 
as a magican. Tlie fonowitii; 
Girl Scout Troops 228, 240, 
273 and 362 also put a^ dcks 
for the chttfken. 

1%e program was spocsofed 
by llie Gin Soout Service Team 
OT ihe Bayside area. And from 
all reports — a good time was 
had by aK! 



VIRGfNIA BIACH |gN, Thursday, A^y >. JH5^ • 




Mr*. Alice Irby treaka to the aMMbera of jtlM NwfaUi- 
Virgiaia BmmIi Ustaa •! WMBah V«|iM at Ifc^ H^l H^. 
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PARKED CABM 

^OCEANA — Four parM 
cars were damaged last Thurs- 
day afternoon when a motorist 
lost CMitrol of his car and 
skidded into a used car^ lot 

Felice said ^at Leron F. 
Sellers, 29, of Dam Neck was 
traveling east on Potter Road 
just west of First Colonial Road 
when he started to dtid, ran <^ 
tfie< road, pulled back aCToss, 
and struck a parked car, knock- 
ing it into three btSielt. 

Three of the damaged Vihic- 
ies are owned by O'KeHy Motor 
0>. of np9 Potter Road. The 
fourth car b owned by RusseU 
D. and Daisev H. Williams of 
1087 Kenya Lahe. 

The collision claused aboi4 
$500 damage to Sellers' caf, 
$200 to the Williams' car and 
between $20 and $35 to each 
of me other three vehicles. 

Sellers has been charged with 
reckl^s driving. 



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may have started out as a teen- 
ager's diildish i^ank has de- 
veloped ittto seribtts trouble fix- 
the faih«- oS one of tte ycHing- 
sters involved. 

Donald Josepb Raher, 44, of 
the Mayflower Apartments was 
taken into custody about 9 p.m. 
ThurMjay by Polk» Sgt. BiH 
SimnKMis for havit$ in his pos- 
session a number ^ city street 
signs. 

Raher reportstUy told police 
tiie signs had b»n taken by a 
friend ci his teM-age daughter. 
Raher, an eleotronk;s {nedhanic 
atf the Norfolk Naval Shipyaid, 
was charged with possessK^ <4 
stolen property. 

RESERVE up ARRIVES 

FORT STORY — The 76t!i 

TtanspOTtation Platoon of Stur- 
geon Bay, Wis., arrived at Folt 
Story Sunday. They are tiie first 
of 83 Naticmal Guard and Army 
Reserve units, comprising ap- 
proximately 9,000 persons, 
scheduled to tmin for two ^e^% 
active duty at tJw Army Trans- 
portaticm Center this year. 

Thd 76tt opntatas ^ ttrgest 
of Army amphibian li|^ers, the 
LARC 60 formerly called the 
BA<RC. 




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VA. lEACH / MAWNA J BAYSIDS 



NORFOLK — EtectioB of 
officers '"atKj an outstattdin| 
speaker Uft i^ Jdb Cfetps high-i 
hghted #b VIMiil^ fneeti^ <^ 
the Norfolk - Virginia M^di 
League 'tr-H^mfett Voi^rs lidd 
last week at the Hotel M<M»ti- 
cdlo. - 

Officers elected for two-year 
^rms were Mrs. Robert Nus- 
baum, president; Mrs. Daniel P. 
MacLeftncrf Virginfa Beach, first 
v»«-|M-esident; Mrs. Thomas W. 
Deeson kA Vtrgihia Beach, ^sec- 
retary; Mrs. Oietridj ftey^r, 
second vice presklrat, teeletted; 
and Mrs. H. W. Rogers, trcM- 
t^r, aUa i«^#cted. 

Selected to serve as dir^jtors 
are Mrs. Eugene D. Kidd, Mrs. 
V. B. Tate <4 Vvgrn^MP^f 
Mrs. imam Cwti^, Mis. iohfi 
M. Cockran of Virpita Bew*; 
and Mrs. E. W. AMill of Vir- 
giaia Bsac^. Reelected d^^ors 
are Mn. H. W. Dustnbefre, Mn: 
A. A. Ohffisea, ami ^frs, Ber- 
nard We^. 

Mrs. Alice Irby ot Wa^ing- 
t<^ D.C, asslstanf to Otis S. 
Sigjctary, director ctf the Job 
Corps of &e EcoiKHnic C^^r- 
tunav office, was ^e £uest 
speaker, and she was lotrodiKwd 
to the members and their gu^^ 
by Mrs; Epbraim Spivek, out- 
going pres^eitt. 

Mrs. IrbV dismssed the Job 
Corps, expiailfog the ten pro^ 
graihs supported dy tiie Bco- 
««)imc Act and remarkoi tiiM 
alwut twenty per cent of Amer- 
ica's populatkm lives in poveity. 
"Pers^w ki pov^^ ^ not see 
themselvei Messed by automa- 
tion," she said. "Rather they, we 
(threatened by it, with a "^ap 
wftich seems ever-wkiening be- 
tween them. Our pA)t profuc m- 
tttcaies tiiree of every four en- 
roUees in the Cotpi have bMn 
out of school for more than six 
months, they come from a fam- 
ily of at least six persons, and in 
one' ou| of tv^tofy cases, Wie'en- 
roUee is Ktually 4he primary 
wage-earner to the family. Pov- 
erty' today is not just in pickets 
iK>r on the friths of society — 
\i pervactes it. the Job Qtfps is 
tiie iast source of dignity for the 



untrained." , ^ 

"Ac W(mvm in Communtty.tj 
leiVice (Wtf!^ oi^jmi^d re-t \ 
pntly in SkAfott to sawen' 
young woQMO R>f the Wonkin% 
Job Corps, has opened an <rffi^ 
at 904 Granby street in the V^ai 
ginia State Emfrioyment Cora-^, 
minion office. It is "an int<^« 
faith, kiter-ciKtal gro^p. 

MANY AFPLIANIXS • 

TAIEN :' 

VIRGINIA BEACH i- Vo- 
Kpe have rqwftssi ^ lasjof 
about $815 wAfh <s d|$te^ 
frran the gar^ of ah tfM»6ctl' 
^s4 JNwe «t 216 Oov«tn 
Ro«d. Zho omm^ UsliM 
CoiNnK^io*^. (pMDfaay wo aaiK 
m the 1^1^ ft»- iMp^e. 

Missmg sterns jnphKM tete 
refrigerators, vafB»4 ttt , A(Wr 
and four #yws, i^lMd a* U2(k] 
Hie ^eft took place last Weft- 
nesday ni^. Lt iR. A. P^vk jL 



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MRS. HIGGIMS ELECTE»^^ 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mrs. 
(Rofc-Marie Higgim, Btanli'j^ 
Vii^inm Beach, has been eli^;^ ' 
to serve as secretary erf the ffor- 
felk-Portsmouth C»pt«ar, Apfc- 
ican InstHtite ol Banking. fWi4|t 
1965-1966 A.I.B. yw. ' , 

Mrs. Higgins, akufg mth 4ft9 
other newly elected onx%n,HiiW'. 
beinstaUed ^ (^ Annual, ^f. 
dents Glosii^ banquet %A«C' 
Mondcello itotel cm Satt^^, 
May 22. . - ';' 

MENTAL HEALTH TOp, 

I NORFOLK — A 9mS'<^' 
tours to Eastern State aiiik €•»«'' 
tral State H<Mpitals are fcetof 
conducted this week for ar^ 
hi^ schools and colleges in ob- 
servance 0i M«mal H^ 

The tows are beti^ ^xMSored 
by the Tide^i^ater Vffgiaia Aicv 
ciatton for Mental HeaWr. 
A1x)ut seven Ijuses will nwikc tte 
all-day toiirs. 



BlooJmobile Visits NAS (keana 




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1««MNIA tt^>^ SUN, Thursday, May 6, 1965 




BASKIN IN THE 

■y OOHDON BASKIN 





GwdM BmUb 



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Guieli Svitclies 
^d FcmatioD 

13MPSVHXE — Tony Km- 

KmipsvUk Junior ff^ 

'sfagtbdl csMch, mwld 

twMi ttui &^— 4iiiu k, 

^^ ke qtib tte tiqMfa in 

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type mmmempt tog^mtew 
note vk«gri» ia 1965 



TOURNAMENT BEGINS 

VmotNIA BEACH — A 
^km-mdk Invkatioial SoftiMfi 
T<Mtnia]ntiit bettwen Vkgkm 
Beadi «id Noifolk wUl be held 
mm week 1^ Trasft Memorial 
Fi^ Thtt touHMtne^t wiU put 
the best eight N<rffdk teams 
•gumi the best e^ ftom Vir- 
^ftla Beacb, sixleai teams mai 
win be entered. 

I^ taaam^A will 4«ui fouf 
dayi, begamtg Wednesday^ 



Just got back from IHorida, where the air is ^ftiind sunny, 
but the smell of orange blossoms is no Itmger norniajly associated 
with that fantesyland. The scent that ymi get as yoiv stroll down 
Collins Avenue is M O N K Y, and it comes on a<rong. This is 
probably the only place left in the country where alnMMt all the 
people there at any one given moment are sfiending money like 
it is going out of style. And — so what. Maylie it is. 

for a very few days, hut I stayed long emnJgh. 
By that 1 mean 1 stayed until my money rao out. 
With a sufficient bankroll, 1 might never have 
come back. 1 didn't even flim^h wlwn I IukI to pay 
a buck for a pack of cigarettes, making the prifce 
a nickle each. I 'm really not surprised. When vhc 
Sur^on General can't make me stop by promis- 
ing me lung cancer, why should i allow myaelf 
to be priced out of the market. ,* 

Don't get me entirely wrong. The sunshkie 

state has a lot to offer. The golf courses are m 

lush that you wouldn't believe it. The gr^ns 

really are like carpets an^l the fairways are even 

greener. I think they are painted every morrting. 

The main thing is that the place is clean, awl I m«n really clean. 

No beer cans on the side bt the streets andwhind the shrubs, no 

trash or litter about. Just wide clean streets, flower beds and 

green, green grass. Makes you wonder whyVve don't do it up 

here. I think that if we started enforcing the yaws against "litter- 

ii^ wM'd look a lot .better to the passer-' 

l^qan tell wu 9 lot of things wyo^^with #te plac^. But you 
can say that about any city. IJl^.-jmt memion/bne. I went there 
expecting to believe th^-WOfida contaJMd^the most beautiful- 
women in the world. That's what fhar'J* been saying for y«ira 
in their propaganda. Well, they're >w^d wrong, and I should 
know becau.se I looked at them allinrhe loveliest woman in the 
whole state was on a visit there fit^ Virginia, and you'd better 
believe me when I tell you that s' 
look like ten miles of bad detour on 
pleasure to watch the Florida- dames 
walked by. 

Easy to see where my heart is. I've always been known as a 
man who is mad about women, and I had, the distinct pleasure of 
seeing one of our products back the bikinis of fthe beach. It just 
naturally fiigures that I'm living in the right state. 




(bft lb richt, Sharoa Farnar, taan bifh icor«rt Linda LaaU, 
dafakalv* ftar^ f^ni Sarak Starmoatt eaptain and plajpaiakar. 



ide those ; Florida females 
jWet night. It was a real 
for cover when she 



ANGLERS MEET TONIGHT 



fi«jf*iBy Invited 
to idi^ die r^lar mondily 
meeting of the Virginia Bejwh 
Anglera Qub to be heM tonigjit 
*t 8 p.m. in tf^ Vir^ginia Beach 
Hiflh Scbod Cafeteria. 

L. Sla^ HodgN, city ocmn- 
cflniMi mad mtaiber of the Ru- 
dee Inlet ' Authority, a'kmg with 
E. H. Oiuich, diairman of die 
Vk-pnia Be^:^ ^osrao Com- 
missxMi, win be guests and will 
discuss the cmt&Mt tituiAkm at 
RiKiee Inlet. 

The Rudee Inlet devetopment 
hm been a (^MitrovasJal subject 
fen* some time and k is hoped 






PARENTS LEAGUE 
MEETS TUESDAY 

VIRGINIA BEACH — '^Hie 
Parents League of Virginia 
Beach Hi^ School will hold it's 
final meetiiK on Tuesday night 
at 8 p.m. af the sclxxd ai^itor- 
ium. 

Gcxnkm Turoer, <Mef proba- 
tion officer, will speak on the 
pfxsMems which brii^ childrra. 
to the JuvMiile Court. 

An dection of officers for the 
coming year will be held. All 
parents are urged to attoid. 





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Caaeh Joka Tnckar (laffl) witk Vi Clark, assutaat coach, and 
City raeraatioB diractar, Harold Wkitehurtt. 



PEACE CORPS TEST 
MAY 



May 12, 13, 14, and 15di with Mhat these gentlemen will enlight- CnKOLLd AT UrfllTb. 



he bu «Ki0 tiie swUeii Ibr I ^r g««« each night at 6:15, 

7:15, 8:15 and 9:15 p.m. There 
k no «fanksi(m fee '^public io^ 
^Ml". The OMunpionflhip came 
will be held Saturday ni^ at 
9:15 p.m. Tins wiH be a sin^e 
towing teams are ralered fnnn 
eKnrifflftioA toumanvent Ibe fol- 
NorfoJk— River Trarnwe, Diui- 
(»n-<}tf(ord, Tittes Inn, Ba- 
lances Gutf , OiesBpeake Athletic 
Dub, Vin^ia National Baric, 
ChHdress MoUm, Tflter's Taxi, 
fixxn Vii^ia Beach — Anow- 
head Building Ma^M, Vir- 
IRttia Beadi Jels, W. T. Byrns 
Ele9t, Seaboard Photo, Brown's 
Body Shop, Lcmdoa Bridge V<ri. 
Fire Def^ment, Pungo, Walk^ 
Reaky. .^^ion in tins touma- 
meat ^Kwld be tops, as tiie six- 
te^i teams are the best kt the 
Tiitewato' area. Trophies mH be 
awarded winners and runner-up 
teams. A special team sport^- 
n^nhip trophy wiH also be Kiv- 
tm. This will be the fn* Vir- 
ginia Beadi-Morfolk Invitational 
Sow-Kteh SoMmH T^meroeot 
to be held at Vi^ia Beach. 



it li fbe tnoi hecaine sd 
■Of «>od teaiBg M year used 
•itrpiO'^K and provnl i^ 
«!fte. We abo.have to try and 
Sad ^mtt^Utttxtm penon- 
■et Ttk teems to be the jmy 
^^^l^w*****.** K«««M ex- 

fAe 4Mta also announced 
^ sci»M% iUS looaiaH tdied- 
«te'««A^KMea: 
S«fi 18 HortEHk Academy JV 

11 a.m. hMtt 
S^ 23 Vi^piia Beadi JV 

4 'pM. teoK 
i«/M Kdkun JV 7:30 p.m. 

0«^ 7 HotMk GrihoHc 7»30 

P*ni. ^npe 
0(^ 16 lifauiy -B" 10 ».«. 

Mr 
0«* 21 Indian River Jr. ^M. 

7:30 p.m. home 

25 Maary «B- 4:30 p.m. 




praMed oat, howevn-, 
te^Mi sdhedttle is tentative at 



TlRnS LIGHTS 60 ON 

WRODOA ^ACH — "Any 
«ae 4pr l\io^**? Such a quet- 
tk« Is not out of f^ace in Vk- 
i^ Mmsh Oty. The number 
tf faSbUc oemts we HK»«asmg 
every year. Ih«Mittly op«» 
OMiMi tn available at Princess 
Amw fiS (5), KeUem HS (S), 
and Virginia Beach HS (3). 
IVie oourti service ^he Vnrity 
Teons teams during ^ ai^- 
nooK in the spring bttt <die ttghis 
are turned on for puMic vac 
until 10:30 p.m. 

Additional courts are thk1» 

constniotion at Bayside HS (5). 

Union KempsvSfle HS <4), and 

^S <6) and ihoe cour^ 

h** iiaahle by ^^ sam- 

. another 5 wedcs stffl 

r the Adult nf^ f^y- 

imds, it IS a food ^)e tiart 

"Htiieas who inwnt ^amt>, 

\ take die opD^tmrity to 

I Httle "work out" «k1 

e facilittes pnmded ^^ 

Bayside, Cox m. VBHS 

lion Kemosville HS, He- 

— the individual i^y- 

:«ctors in^cMe ttat 

more hu^Nn^ wad 

coming to|^^^ a^ 

<adtiffle. 

» >- Monte iMi 

^Ms at im^m. 



PLANNING MEETING 

BAYSIDE — The Woman's 
Fdlow^^ of %it Bayside Oiris- 
tmn C%iuch beld a plamiii^ 
meeting Wedneaday. at 10 a.m., 
Ux their bazaar which is always 
held in the fall. A bazaar chair- 
man aw! her committee will be 
nansed ^wrtly. Mrs. E. F. CaJd- 
i^i, pr^drat of the Fdlowi^, 
preskied. 

The YooA FeHowdA) of die 
chunli l^itfd W. H. Gnylord, 
siKf^ dejpiBtmeot, V^xx>, grve 
a %^ and show a fSm on 
"Medenixed Itealh," showing 
accUeiMi <»i the h^^^, at 
thdr Jefatatf Sundav imht melt- 
\^. Mr. «^ Mis. d. B. Smith, 
Jr. wB^fowiSi^fm {m* tha gnx^. 

ATTEND CONVENTION 



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BAYSIDE — The following 
members <rf ^ Oiesapsake 
B^di Woman's Qub attended 
die Vtfstnfa F^ierttiim of Wom- 
en* C3al» Qmvertkm at the Ho- 
^ R<WK>ke Awn 27-29: Ae 
d^ w^ktet, Mn Ckrioh Pow- 
■sre, Mr. J. A. Hc^mkI, A^ewte 
toMtt dub; Mrs. R. J. Vellhiw, 
tidMi^er Strict Ftee Arts 
<|f^Qto; Mn. £. A. Hnton 
wf Ma^ T. B. MK^« 



en the puMk; on die future of 
the proposed marina and other 
facimies planned. 



PARADE OPENS GAMES 

A R AGON A — Vir^mia 
Beach Police Chief J. E. Moore 
will be gueM spealrer and throw 
out the first hall at the opting 
of the Aragona-Pembroke Lklle 
League Saturday. 

Fertivities wdl get underway 
at 11:30 e.m. wii^ a parade 
down Aragona Bouleva^ to the 
Little League Field. Participating 
will be members of the 36 ball 
teams, two bands, scout groups 
and thS queens selected to repre- 
sent each of die six league di- 
visions. 

The first game will ^it at 
1 p.m: with the Yankees chal- 
lenging die Engineers followed 
by a game between the Buffe 
Md Dodgers 9k 3 p.m. 



DEADLINE NEAR 

VIRGINIA BEACH — 
"ATTENTION" Commun- 
ity League Craches. The dead- 
line is drawii^ near for entering 
teams in the Community Base- 
ball ft and Teen-Girls softball 
leagues sponsored by the Vk- 
ginia Beach Recreation Depart- 
ownt. 

The deadline for all teams is 
May 14. Le^ue fday will begin 
Friday n^t, June 4. Team^ 
wishmg to alter a team in any 
<A die divisicms, <Mi<^ets, Inter- 
mediates, Junior, S^iors and 
Teen Girls), please call the Rec- 
reation <W»ce 497-2027, the 
athletic office is tocated at 4400 
Nike Site il(»d, Virginn Beadi. 



COLT LEAGUE STARTS 

LITILE CREKC — Regis- 
tration for the Little Creek Am- 
phib Colt L«igue will be held 
SiHKtey in the awiitorium of the 
Amphibioi;^ S(di0(4 building at 
2 p.m. 

Boys 15 and 16 years of age 
interested in playing baseball 
are invited. They must live in 
the 'M^s ' of Bayside Borough, 
West , Kemrpsvillc, Lynnhaven 
Boroueh and Fort Story. 

A movie of the 1964 World 
Series wiU be shown. Reg»tra- 
tion lee wiU be 75 cents. The 
baae amy be entoed timn^ (he 



PITTSBURGH, Pa. — ; Miss 

Sarah Ellen Tavenner, daiiiditer 
<rf Dr. and Mrs. Michael C. 
TavcMier, formerly of Virwnia 
Beach, and granddaui^r of Mr. 
and Mrs. Matthew J. Parkn* of 
Virginia Beadi, has enrolled in 
die class of 1969, undergraduate 
School of Arts and Sciences, at 
die University <rf Pittsburg. 

Sardi E^en is a member of 
the senior class of Penn Hills 
hi^ sdiool in Pittsbundi, and 
smce enroUii^ in the Fall of 
1964, she has made the high 
honor roll for the first semester 
and is ranked in the upper fifth 
of a class of 950 students. 

Befo'-e moving to PittsbursSi, 
Sarah Ellen attended Frank W. 
Cox hi«rh sdiool where she was 
a member of the excutive com- 
mittee of "H- Student Coopwa- 
tive Assoc»''tioiv. president of 
the Art Club, and vice pre8i<tent 
of the Kappa Delta Phi Tri- 
Hi-Y. 

NAVY ENLISTS IN 
ADVANCE PAY GRADES 

NORFOLK — Tlie Navy an- 
nounced today that they are now 
authorize to enlist qualified ap- 

{>licants with 1 or 2 years of cqI- 
ege credit, andhigh school grad- 
uaftes with l^or 2 years vocation- 
al schooUrtg beyond die 12di 
grade in in advraoed pay grade. 
If you p(»sess the above re- 
quirements, are interested in ex- 
tra monev, and faster promo- 
tion possibilities, contact vour 
Navy recruiter today at the Navy 
Recraitinit Station. 761 Granby 
Street. Norfolk, Virginia, phone 
627-7471, ext. 7539. 

FELONIOUS SHOOTING 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Wal- 
lace James Whitehurst Jr., 22, 
of 938 Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard has been charged with die 
felomous diooting of Junius 
Gregory <rf 1931 Owls Greek 
(Lane at a Blackwater establidi- 
ment early Saturday momii^t. 

Whjtehunst was arrest^ by 
Patrolman J. N. Jones about 
5:15 a.m. Saturday, about four 
hoi^ .after the shooting to<^ 
plttce at ErcMs' Place. 

Gregory reportedlv was shot 
in the I^ t^i with a stntfl 
caM»e gtw. He was trea^ attd 
released M Vii^ua Beadi Hos- 
pilaL 



An o^rtunky for Tidewater 
area residents to test their apti- 
tudes for Peace Corps service 
will come at 9 a.m., Saturday, 
May 8, at the Post Office Bldg., 
York and GrMiby Streets, Room 
3A, basement * • ' 

The opportunity fe tiie Peace 
Corps Placement Test, which is 
not piassed or failed and you 
can't study for it. It measiires 
general afrtitude and the ability 
to learn a language. If, for ex- 
ample, test scores indicate timft- 
ed langu%^ acquiring ability, tiie 
Peace Corps tries to place the 
ai^iiicant ia an Ei^i^-speaking 
area. Hw te^ is usmI by fd^ 
Peace Corps cmly as a tool in 



Champions Holif 
Victory Diniier 



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VIRGINIA BEACH — 1^ 

Virginia Beach Teen Girls, win- 
ners of this year's City League 
Division and Toumametit cham- 
pionship, held a victory dinner 
recently at John Tucker's 
er's RestaurMit. 

Harold Whitehurst, city di- 
rector of the iRecreation depart- 
ment, j«esented certificates to 
each girl, and a plaque to John 
Tucker, the coach, and Miss Vi 
Clark, a^istant coach. 

The plaque was placed among 
the miany trophies and plaques 
of ptBt Tucker-coached team^j. 
both AAU and Teen Girls, some 



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jobs. Tlie Peace Corps Ques-j 1965 one. 

The fine program run by the 

Reoreaticm department gives the 



tk>nnaire is the most important 
indicator of an a[>pHcant's suita- 
bility for Peace Corps service. It 
must be filled out and brought 
to the exam unless previously 
sutmiitted. 

A{^licailts should plan on 
about one and a half hours 
at the testing center, unless they 
wish to take the Spanis;h or 
French language adiievement 
test, which requires an additional 
hour. 



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VIRdlNIA BEACH — The 

Princess Anne Council of Re- 
publican Women held its regu- 
lar luncheon meeting Tuesday at 
10:30 a.m. in the Pine Tree Irni. 
Mr. V. A. BtheridgCi. City 
Treasurer of Vireinia Beach., 
spoke on the new Virginia Beach 
Sales Tax. 



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APPEIUIANCE 



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teenage giris their only chance 
to play basketball in ^.organ- 
ized way, and John Tucker has 
had a team in the league since 
1959, winning four champion- 
ships. 

The girls presented Miss 
Clark with a baskottell w'cfti 
signatures of each player, and 
presented their coach Tucker 
with a beautiful sweater in ap- 
preciation of his time and at- 
tention. 



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VIRGfNIA lE^CH SUN^ Thursday, M^y 6, 19^5 



Motber'i Day Mi Ruint Qutni 



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Wfiile ^ousaflds (rf Americans 
wHI be aoKling flowers by wire 
to hoiKM- Mom on her day, lew 
DMiy ^aliK iiow Ut b«;k into 
hiatoiv the roots of Mother's 
Day extend. 

The Greeks and Romans 
ch<»e rt»c Ides (15th) <rf Miarob 
to fjonor a universal mother — 
Mother Earth. Inst^d of a <xx- 
sase w a boutCMiniere, every 
member of the family wore a 
garland of l^ves as ^y dan»d 
in the street. 

Many ancient nations wor- 
shippcu mother-goddesses; In 
fact, some scholars think this 



lig^. But Ae ftiKi^t Q^muM 
wmn #^ ^rdier. Hiey Aourin 
tiirt-i wm somettiMQ d!vii»— lit- 
ei^l^— 4rtxNH all wcMiwn, and 
m^^n were sometimes r^ard- 
e(^ as Uvii^ gocbkanes! 

Mom has been treated like a 
queoi, H Qot quHe Hke a god- 
odM, OB msfn^ occastons sin(%. 
By <^d Bnglish custom, mid- 
Lont Sumtey was "Mothering 
SuA^y* ^vhen people went twck 
to'tte "nit^er chttK*** ^ tf^ff 
baplkm and also vteited Aeif 
mtttera wMi llowen aed oth^ 
gifts> SmftU rich paMries oaHed 
•riotherii^ cakes'^ vere pc|Ndar 



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But k wasnH till ^ay 10, 
1909, t^ motficre ware fot- 
ma^ h^KM-ed aiiywh^e bi ^ 
Uni^ f^tes. Chi tiiat day. a 
Miss i^twa Jervis spo^Mred a 
(AuTch service in GrAlKm, f/m 
Vif^ia to hOTor her late n^- 
er and other mcAhers df ^ 
cwnmuflitj?. After an intensive 
letter-writmg campii|n, rfie saw 
MotlKT's D^y reetMiized m ev- 
ery ^t2 in*** unkwi by 1911. 
and te 1914 Pi-esi^snt Wiboo 
proclaimed It a national koluiay. 

Flowers bav^ beea ccmiiected 
with Mortier's Day from the very 
beginning: betsuse M»s Jarvis' 
n^ier vad loved ounrtioos, 
they became the official Molh* 
er's Day fkmtt. But many peo- 
ple {MCfer tfMhr moth^s ^vorke 
vomtf wtatever it nny be. If 
Ihey can'4 Imii^ the wwers (o 
mama » persmi, tjie^ send them 
bywire omou^ tiieir im^Mxx- 
hood flower shop. A new con- 
venience few Mother's Day cde- 
hr»tts ft a Fk>wers-by-Wirc Se- 
lection Guide, availaUe from 
florists who are members of ^ 
Ftoriste' Telegra|rfi Dcliwry As- 
sociation. The pocket catak^ue 
gives ptotures of pofmku* flown 
arrangemoito wiu their oid^ 
numons. 

Thoi^^ fl(tfal tribtitei itfe 
proM>]y die most jm^tf 
Mother^ Day ^, Wi^m 
mothers rweive ei^^ing from 
dahlias to tU^iwashert. Cta May 
9, Aftierkm mothers will bdleot 
an esdn^ted 6ne-«)d^-€ufirter 
\Mkm 6oiUm wpxtii of gnsl 

Even aiK:ieat Gennan mamas, 
f'ipdflesses" (htxq^ diey mav 
have been, ne^r bKl it so gpod. 
Btit dien, American m^h«f 
haH'e earned every penny <A this 
annual tribute. There are 63,- 
616,OS8 mdividud modms in 
Ihis coimtry — and Ihey af« rul- 
ing, or have raised, 131,810,351 
cmdttnV 7 

These modiers include women 
of aU ages: young marrietb pus^ 
ing spowrfuls d imbltun, FTA 
mothers woniett irtxrat the am 
m^MialkSj, woik^ ^RKm^ 
be>ati|; ihe rvA hour honM, aod 
grandmothers who, goii^^ full 
cttcte, are bsdn fw^)eg paHmn 

to their grandduldren. 

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Moat mamas of pepMtooi 
chil<fai^ fiQ(| nwtbeihood a tM- 
4ime j<^. Hiose who wort out- 
side ^ home number oniy 
11,182,455 — ta o»npared win 
29,930,3318 wwkiM^ tsmikds 
wtoo l»veNstHjer <rfd« 
or no ohiyreo 

But whether ot ^ot-ahe' otm- 
tributes to the iamily iixxxne, 
Mama is sure to be h&axx^ May 



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One d^y a bnaaM -Miallii 
(m her and ^^^K^^fBf 
array of jewe b t&aft Mke4 JS 
a^ Goiiietia'a ft 
(Momptly seqt lor h^ tv^ 
sons and told the v»i^, * 
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Pittsuaoc 10 ^ ^i^ <rf a 
ctetutn aeadof iCMinw^iwoqeiC 
J. Murphy, et u4., ^M^Okctd- 
ber 22nd. 1964, vM duly of 
lecord in d» Ctok's Office of 
the Circuit On»t of die dty of 
Virginia Bme^ Vir|nfai, ill 
Deed Book ^4, at Fa^ ^Z\, 
defauk ha^f^ been mats uMkr 
the terms d)@«of; at die n^p»R 
of die hokfer of d» ceie^ mated 
there^, the undeii^i^ 
ml oOetfx uih aT |NiWc 
tioA at 12:lK) o*(46ck nottt 
«b^ m^yclli^ 
die^ '4r3M door of toe 
Court of d»e O^r a 
Vmttk V«^iu4 the 

parcel of IiumI, iy^ tt^ % ^^ 

and ioMttyv'^herts d^M^K t0- 

uate, tm ^ te^li w^ 

of Virpflii Be«clr, '^i^p^ 

merly Mrwess A«^ 

Viimiia), known, nu0d)^ed iiffi 

dps^SMed s&M 1, ii 4^iNi 

cm ^e flat d *^e-SidKfivisicMilM 

Lots 18, 19 and 90 «e« df 1?, 

PWE ACSES, Virgidhi Bea^, - 

Virginia^ whksh |M s ^ly le- 

corttod Hi ^ CMc'a CMno&«f ^ 

V^nia Beach, Virginia, m Map 
B6* 47, at Page 12. ^ '*g^ 

&le will be made s^ject ^la^" 
the following deeds of trust: . 

J. Mtt^, et ux. «^ SW $<^c 
he^, M «i., Truab^ <Me4 JuIm; 
20, 196<^ wa tttly trf <^fd fa 
die Cterk's Office <tf lis fl^ 
Court of die €% U ympm 
Beach in CM 9«^ ^^V, at 
fl^'2l3. ■' ^ 

' XD»d of Tnm frwn lfc>bert 
^ ito^,^^ ux. « K W. 
Ackiss, ^miee, dM^ JNoe 30, 
1960 and ^ of Meonlii d^ 
afor^aid^Cl^ft^ 0IM^^ 
Book 884; 9t Pa^ 381 
The httptld fini^at 
due dKreoQ wfll he iqqcipioed 
atdie^ite oftide. 

HBUBBRt S. REID, JIL^ 

TRUSTEE 

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• LEGAL N0nCI 



REPORT OF CONDITION OF "BANK OF VHtOINIA BEAQI'' «ff 
VirgbiK Beach la iIm SUto •! ^^rciai* at tl* 4m' f ' W*iM« «f 
April 26, 1968. Mad* to Hm SuuC«r|Wr«tMB CaanBiMioB. 

Asnrni 

X Cash, tNOaaoes wilfa odiar twdks,' Mid caA iMM ia ^ •' 

process of collection .-^ > — ^— '^ -*■ — — 2,796»SMJM^ 

2. United States Qovemmeni ob Bpttom , direct uKt fur- , ^.h^ 

aotobd i ^ . . ■'■ ■ -•■ 7,889.26f.«f: ' " 



3. Obligations of ^tes and fiolitical MibdiviwoM - 

4. Other ' bonds, notes, and debeniares (iBclodinc no 
seGurities of Federal ageBcies and corporations not 
guaranteed by U.S.) .: 8,Ma.0a 

6. Loans and discounts (including |42.87 overdraft*) i,60«,Wr.^ 

7. Bank premises owned $342,558.75, fumltur* tad '*-; 
fixtures $113,482.39 \. 45^.011.14^* 

(Bank premises ovraed are lubjeot to No ]je» ool Mr ^ 
auoed by banl^) \ / 
11. Oflter asaeta — — ^^81,080.5| 



12, TOTAL A^ETS 



. 80.644,070 Jt 



13. 

14. 

15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 

23. 



UAMUTDES ,;, 

Demaiid deposit* ci imUvlftt^ partnenUps, and 

coiporations : — ~ -. 10,915,280^2 

Time ami saving deposits oC iadividDak, twortaen^ipa, _--,. 

and corporations ^ -~ 4,444.0}7flfT 

DcpoaiU of United State* Govemmeot ; 794,Mt.W^ 

Depos^ of States and ptditioal si4)£vlsiom ,.. — >_ 2,6:^2t#.44 

Deposits of banks 6S,f8Mf 

Ceitif^d and officers' di«:ks, etc. — . — r- I64,6&^%iar 

TOTAL DEPOSITS 819,000,836.16 

(a) Total demand depoBita .....^ 113,001,786.60 

(b) Total time and savings deposHa $ 6,999,049.56 i'«'"o> 
Other liabilities 211,581Af (. 



24. tOTAL LL\BIUTIES 



19,212,387,^;, 



CAHTAl. ACCOUNTS 

26. Capital: (a) Com. stock, total par vala« |600,00O.00 •M.OOO.l 

26. Surplus — ._ _- . WO,0<N)Mrr 

27. Undivided profite ; 211,682*© , 



29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 



l,431.682.g»*'* 



30. TOTAL LL^BILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS- 20,644.O7O.g»^ 



31. 



33. 



MEMORANDA 

Assets pledged or asMgned td seoire liabaHia tad tat 
Qithw purposes (including notes and bitti icdo^oaalad 
and securities sold with agreen^stto nswm^aae) -^-^-^ 6,&46,924.Q«, 

(a) Loans as shown above ore after deduetlEM of ^^tah 
tion reserves of .^. 21,776.TO 

(b) Securitdes as shown above are after (teductiaB <rf 

«al(»li(n reserves of x. ! -^-..,2-^ lt,M7,3fr 

I, Geo. T. Mutton, Senior Vice !¥esidait aad Cutiae, of die abow* 
nam^ bank, do solenmly swear tb»t tiiii report of condition ii trae mA 
eorrect, to tfie bestvof oty knowftdM ad Mtef. *. r>^>^ ^ t » 

CoiTect--,^it6st: G£0. T. UUUm, Sidi#^oe fd^Oafk^ Ci^^m 

SIDNEY S: KELLAM >^ 

R. S. HOLLAND ) tXiw*«s. 

W. L. T.^YLOR i ' " 

Slate of virgfaiial City of Vtrgkria Beach, ss: 

Sworn to and subscribe before me this 4th day ol May. 
1965, 
(SEAL) aad I beveby certify diat X am not M ofOctf or 4msstot.jd:iti^ 
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Mm. Artliar B. JaaiM, prmiid«at. Cap* Hanrjr Wonan'a Civb, and Mr*. Gaorga Webber, 
•f dM Yaar", racaMi^ awarlL (^ote bjr Boic* Studio) 




tf AM*ac tba (Irb af MwMUy*' ela** bacoarfng •xp«rt« ara (laft 
|o i^vl} Mmt CaHkabt. Sdly Doria, ICay S«a E^mbIi aadi Holly 




Tbartdi^ 
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•arn T« Coifc 

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« VM^MA BEACH — the 
^ Seoite ee teamng to cook. 
Iptwp 581 ii <^kii^ kss<M» i^ 
4ltt Vtpco B«Udim, loder 'Hk 
«iip«Me 4notiM oi Mxi! ^Aedy 
!o Curran, fcome eootiottii^. 

Divided into two cbeses, H^y 
toeet once a week <m Mdidays 
|hd Jiau%6t>y%, for foiN: we?]c$. 
!. The «wclve-girJ cli^e$, 
how to conri>tm many 

bei from a variety of food. 
I^ltritious mraiK are diosen by 
mt%. Curmi to te^KiJh the girls 
jpoper nwtt pfauMiing for fubire 
^piMncRuncn^. 

' Is A modem, kitchen vWh 
modem app^itKs, the youm 
Miei enioy cls^s during wfiidi 
9iey cook nmny practical Sikcs, 
Cbokiiig lor <b«n is like ptoyi^, 
>Ut iDMMd of doHs. 4i»y use 
JKod recipe in preparing for 
%t future. 

V They ftlr^y uikbrMmd ^ 
^le of women in nio«l€m toci- 
fiv. Thev are traduRllv K*»rft? 
Bsady to be wives snd mo*>*r;fs, 
Ind anon« irxany thln<»s to be 
'-•"led*^ oookine swim HVe fun 
.'icv all are *jai>ov '»W8, ?^ 
ft « colo^ul kift:hm tbey mix, 
«r. and bake. ^ 
f Thev are not le» a*** but 
wfcm thev an;, diev ^ouM be 
exoerts in fixwi fiood meah 
vithout reiving onlv on the owi- 
fpener and frozen foods, 

MASSING OF COLOIS 

NORFOUC — t^e second 

bserv»nce of the M^tw? of 

le Colors, under die aosoioe* o* 

fie Norfolk <aiirter of ^te Mili- 

w Order of A? World W^rs. 

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GATES SELECTED 



^imaUAPeL^HIA. .Pa. — 

plirakl L. ^es, 205 Cheyenne 
fei"ive, a student of the/Univer- 
sity of Pennsylvania and a mem- 
ber of Delta Tau Delta frater- 
nity w«« elected to membership 
m Sphinx, one of thrpc senior 
men's hoiwr society, for the 
Qcmiint year. 



CAPE HENRY 
WOMANS CLUB 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Cape H?nry Woman's Club 
celebrated their Eleventh Birth- 
day Luncheon sA. the Princess 
Anne Country Club. 

Special music for the program 
was presented by members of 
the Virginia Beach Civic Chorus 
singing selections from their 
forthcoming musical "Show 
Boat". Bill Miller was the ac- 
companist. 

Mrs. Paul Chevalier, program 
diairman, presented Alice Brew- 
er White whc^ commented on a 
show of Wigs and Hats. The' 
wigs were from Wig City, Inc. 

A "Woman of the Year" 
award was ^resentad 4o Mrs. 
George Webber for her out- 
standing work as second vice- 
president and Ways and Means 
chairman for two years. Due to 
iier efforts, the Virginia Beach 
Hospital pledge was met ahead 
of schedule. As scrapbook chair- 
man, her book was awarc^ first 
place honors in the Tidewater 
District Contest. Her outstandtt^ 
work, enthusiasm and untiring 
efforts in all phases of club ^- 
tivities have been an inspiration 
for all club members. 

Table detwraitioiM for tiw 
meeting were done by Mrs. Al- 
len F. Hitt and Mrs. T. C. Fi^ 
beck. 

Hostesses were Mrs. R. L. 
Counselman and Mrs. Delia 
Jackson. 



WINS ART CONTEST 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mp. 

Frances R. Newbem was ^c 
winner of the General Federated 
Women's Clubs. Annua! Mem- 
ber Art Competition in Roanoke 
recently for the entire state of 
Virginia at the state convention. 
The competkion was the mtor- 
pretation of "Freedom" in out- 
door poster form. 

Mrs. Nswbem was presented 
a dieck for $100 bv the co- 
sDonsor of ithe competition, the 
OiftdooT Adverisinir Association 
of America, who will now place 
the entry in a national competi- 
tion with the winders of all other 
stated. 



HiifoRicAL sodify 

VIRGWIA BEACH — The 

Princess Anne Courty Historical 
Society will hold its annual meet- 
ing at ttia Eattern S^me Oiapel 
on May 23, at 3 p.m. 

Parke S. Rouse Jr., adminia- 
tr^Or* <rf Jamestown Festivi^ 
Park, will bs the gi»at tp^fc^. 

M. F. Fogjkr, present of the 
Society, hat expresled the ho|>e 
that all men»bers wHI mtwi, 
saying ."it ..is time that we 
put ..the ..Society on t firm 
iNisiness foundation and we 
will need the lielp of ev- 
ery one of our members". He 
went on to tay that ** time hid 
come to preseiM the alms and 
purposes of the Hiitorical ^ 
cicly to the general public and 
"awaken dieir interest in that 
heritage which is unique in thi* 
area, namely, thart it was upon 
our shores the first Englishman 
who would create a perman:;nt 
English settlement set fo^H'T* ^ 

He also Mid that he hopes to 
put out a brochure about tiie 
Society in ihe fall, one vt^ich 
will tell where the Society stands 
and where it hopes to go. 



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By DORIS PAD«fCK 

Most itM^hers enjpy hdng nwthers. And on Sunday, you wUI 
ti*e vout wdl-deserved bows and cdebrtR* Mother's Day. Haw 
ym fer«tten that n»therhood is alnwst InvariaWy followed bv 
b#c«nlt^a ni«her-in-law? . 

Mc^ mdther*-Jh-U# are the butt en^ of rude jokes and 
winot ft^pecf any pUuiUtt. It is with thii thoi^ht and with 
^^re,| that tbifl column spotlif hts the forgotten mother wWi a 
tqiMite ^om one of our readers: ^ 

"To My Mothw-in-Law — In Appreciation" 

Mothers-in-law are reputedly awful 
So snoojly and bossy they should be unlawful ' 
Jlwy're ibvays quite ready to tell you what's wrong 
YW whet something goes right, they are never along. 

They're ^cellent cooks, and areAanxious to test 

If your e^s are too hard, or youfl coffee lacks lest ,, ,. , 

Ttiey witHtell ^ou that they know wliat Johnny likes n«Mt ** 
That the fcm is the wrong kind yob've put on his toast. 



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She will n^e that the closet has dust on the ftoor 
And that there are fingerprints inside the door 
That the starch' you've b^n using is decide<lly weak 
And your generil ho^isekeeping outlook is bleak. 

In ^ort, she has cliosen as full time employment 
To keep at a minimum all your enjoyment 
And for this worthy talent, she's made quite a name 
For I'm sure thefe are none unaware of her fawt • 

^ut mothers-jn-law aren't all of a kind " "^ ',' 

And if you're quite liicky you might even find ' 

A husband whose mater knows wl^t not to say j_ • 
And what not to do that could ruin your day. 

She knows tl^^iir^wkJj^ is jM>t couI4ieX 




DtsM and Dob WOmb wM %• lMU«fl MTCM the f««lliffiito 
teaiglit M paH of tb* cMt«f "Tk* lrf««dttr Vsrb to Lev*". 

J (ttoH phato hr Padriek) 

MMRUGE PMTIIERS 

m. mm pmtners 




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VmGINIA BEAa4, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, /AAY 6, 1965 

SKTI0I4 B 



VIMIIN^ BEACH EAGLES 
msmUTE FLAG SALE 



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But doesn't start talking abqut what it should be 
She sees that you're littered with papers and books '~ 
and says, "JHbw attiictive your house always looks."-^^ — 

No matter how battered you've been by the day 
Shell always have ^mething uplifting to say '•" 
"-'•your hair looks so lovejy." or "My. you've lost welghfT* 
* (Youll be so delighted, tou'n fall for the bait !) 

^'henever j^ni need hei", whrtever the reatAn 
^She'll come to the rescue, no matter the season 
E5qui])i)e(l with h# knowledge, her tact "and her smile 



Yott can b« that ymir ftfiAfenvLWiU leave for a while 




i WHEREAS, Todiy the word {w^fxa « as unpmtant to our 
«^)ry as it was in 1776, and die unalt^ubl^ rigfab to life, lib«ty, 
and the pursuit of happiness, as guaramced by the Ccm^tutioa 
to ev^ American citi»ii, k.being cheHn^ <m many fronts, and 

WHEREAS, Our fitst line <rf defuse agaki&t Ae enemies 
«f freedom b (w law eoforcbmeit t^eocies, <and 

^^lEAS, UiiiletiNiuiding is die wa^won^ to compatibUMy, 
^d h is iropoitaot tlwrt the people of our city know and underatmd 
tfle proUems, duties ind responslbilkies c^^lr pqlic^ d^rtment, 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Frank A. Dusoh, as Mayor of (he 
Oty of Vk^n BeiM^, Virginia, do hereby 

mOCLAIM: Mi^ 9thn}ii|^ May 15, 1965 as Police Week 
and M«y 15, 19(|5 as Peace Offrcers Mcmoria! Day in the City 
of Virppia Beach, Virginffl, and urge all citizoe «o take advai^e 
df this opportunity to honor the police offMxrs <rf our omimutiity 
and to provide a wider base of understending of their <teHy wc«t. 

FRANK A. DUSCH, 

Mayor of the 

City of Viiginki Beech, Virginia 



ijr Doris Padrick 

VIRGINIA BEACH — A 

marriage Uliich includes die 
magic in^redierK of mikual in- 
terest <rf^en grows to include 
community endpavers . . . Major 
(USMC) Don %ih»n and his 
wife, Dkne, have such a mar- 
fHige. 

fieinf a service family, they 
tii>«l a great deal together, md 
wh««ver they land, they find an 
acting ^oup within which they 
may mmgle and comribirt: ^eir 
talents. 

hi the Vir^nia Beach Little 
TiieatTB production "The Im^- 
ku* Vcit to Love" Don and Di- 
ane each have interesting |»rts. 
Elon will play "Andrikos", the 
Greek waiter, and Diane is 
"Mrs. Comer", a midfUe-apd 
housekeeper, (pot type-cutfaMU). 

They hftve two soMb ^Mtte 
who is 12 md Eric, 9. ^km ttat 
^1^1^ arc f»j JQ«»|^I^ 
tm leqaife a. filter, hom P1^:^ 
«its may indulge in the Aw ait 
of aetacqi tegetfier. Sometimes, i^ 
pait fvochwtions, one <x the 
otfi9 stayed on the sidelines to 
dwer ^ star while looking alt- 
« the boys. But the feW times 
Hiey boA obtained roles in the 
same play, Mrs. Wilson would 
tabr a job to pay for a Mtter, re- 
leasing her ^ be with Don In 
llw phiys. 



Tliey have had ithe pl^sure of 
creatMw roles in New Casde, 
Painsylvania, -mhI JackKmville, 
North CarolhM. Diane was in 
"Tender Trap" and "Tl» Mais 
Animal" in Jacksmiville, tn^rle 
Don was in "See How They 
Run" and "My Three Angeb". 
Both f^yed villains in the classic 
melodnima. "Oirfy a|i Ophan 
Girl", and both were |i 
"Toward Zero". 

l^e boys, 'while ts^fxpsi% tteir 
parents urtmg iri)ilittes, Mt More 
interested in sports, in partkular, 
swimming. They ate on the Nep- 
tune Swimming Tarns <M Litde 
Creek. Don and I>»ne too in- 
du^ in ^ joys of swimrnii^ 
and are ka^y to be in an area 
where water sports are prevent. 
B{^ learned to swim early in 
4ife and are expMs on swim- 

wUn Ictf flbi final 




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ifam^ mv$ 8, and tbe foUow- 



VIROINIA BEACH — Vir- 
ginia Beach Asrie hk». 3l2(Hi 
Frat<»tial Order hH Bigfes^ as- 
si|l|Bd by Explorer Post N6. 479, 
,Boy Scoi^s of America will hold 
a Flag sale in Vi^n Beach 
May 3 through May 9. 

The American Flag will be 
made Avaikible to the public dur- 
ttig tfiis cam|»%n at a special 
discount price in hopes (hat 
mori people wiN display it on 
national holidays. Ilie theme | 
buy a flag, fly a ftag will be 
pi|blici2»d the entire week of 
May 3— ^tetM^ the efforts <rf 
dw Virginfai BeMh Ea^ and 
vhe Ex(^or» Ssouts — in several 
Vuginia te»:h Stopping centers 
and dnri^ a house to house 
canvas. Pfioiw orden will be 
received M the Eagle Lodge hy^ 
calliiv 464-9962 during tiie 
hours seven to twelw evenings 
during the wedc and all day Sat- 
urday and Sunday. 

Pioc^ds of the sak will be 
used to help the Scouts nnance 
a trip to die New Yoric World's 
Fair and to varitws Eagle charity 
prai'ects tndiKAng a Icontl^- 
tion to the new Virginia Beach 
Hmpital mkI the Max &ier 
Heart fund-— « national ^igte 
project that oonb^ibuted nnora 
than $142,000.00 teat year to 
medical sdiook, clinics, aifd re 



Birdneek League 
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ii^ week on May 14 ai|d 11 



Caitainttime is. 8:30 p.m. at thi 
Courtyard Pktyhous^ 1 7tfi" street ( 
off Atleotk; Ave. Ai well as 
Don and Diane Wilson, the- CMt 
inchjd« Angela Walker, Phil 
Uhl«-, Loc OAen, Diana Har- 
vey, Barry Meyerowitz, &isan 
£(^ki, and Joanne DeCWIo. 



OC'PbkT^—Tlie 

«mi*AMMl awlu^ of die Coqi- 

• miuiify league i^ Birdnecl^l^im 



Attends Gmkrence In Washington, D.C 




Fire Schoote Start 
For Volunteer Unfts 



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f«r MMtad IUaMi. Umnum &• MMtai hmdifc ^^^ 
witk lb«. Wiatkrsp- MmtktiltlttmT, MdMNd UmUr mM ^wMhmi of 
*tlM Natioa^ AiiSi l a M oii M 1^1^ Hodltl^ at "TIm NM««fa 

at Am lli^floww Haflal im WMUagtoa. P.C. 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Vol- 
unteer firemen from eight of the 
city's 13 lire units wiH go back 
to school next week for training 
in various aspects of firefighting 
and entergeiKry situations. 

Three departments will be 
takif^ advance courses: Vir- 
ginia Beach, Ocean Pwk and 
Kempsville. The otho- five units 
—Oceana, Creeds, Davis Cor- 
ner, Plaza and Chesapeake 
Be{u:h — will be taking basic 
courses and their schedule will 
coter 10 daj^ rather tiian five. 

Ilie schedules will include: 

VIrgiala Beach 

Monday, rope work; Tuesday, 
structural fires; We(h)^cby, fire 
pumps; Thursday, rescue; Fri- 
day, overhaul aiid pick-up; and 
Mny 24, peacetime radiation 
hasards. 

KemiisviUe 

MfMiday, fire pumps; Tuw- 
<ky, rj^ work; Wedne^y, 
^ructural fires; Thursday, jieace- 
time radiation hazards; Friday, 
re^ue; and May 24, ov^ihaul 
and pick-up. 

Occaa Part; 

McHiday, structural fires; 
Tuesday, fire pumps; Wednes- 
day, t%ipt work; Thursday, over- 
haul 41x1 (Mck-up; Friday, pesce- 
time radiation hazards; and May 

24, rescue. 

OcCtM 

Monday, fire department or- 
^nizatioa; Tuesday, dlectrts^ 
&■«; Wedi^s<fciy, fire hose; 
Thursday, basic facte of a fire; 
Frid^, findaamitaJ infonnatkm 
toi mtm&i; May 24, re^xmsi- 
t»U^ of a fire department; Kfey 

25, moKHT vdwle fu-es; May 2©, 
waM Cte tools; May 27, c<Mn- 



losses and fire hazard. 
Creeds 

Mon&y, fundamenM infor- 
mation for firemen; Tuesday, 
fire dei»rtment organization; 
Wednesday, eleotriaJ fires; 
Thursday, fire hose; Friday, 
l»sic facts of a fire; ^fely 24, 
fire losses and haards; May 25, 
re^xmsitulities of a fire doMrt- 
ment; Miiy 26, motor vehicle 
fires; May 27, smaH fkc iooh; 
and May 28, commcm hazards. 
jDavb Goner 

Momhiy, basic facts of a 
fire; Tuesday, fundamental m- 
fortna^ion; Wednesday, fire de- 
partment organization; Ttaat- 
day, eteotri^ fires; l^(toy, fkt 
hose; Nfey 24, commoo haards; 
May 25^ fire losses and hizards; 
May 26, respmisibilities of a &» 
department; May 27, hk^ot ve- 
hicle fves; and May 28, soudl 
fire tools. 



wiU Ibie heldat ^ Cat^ller'Golf 
md .Yacht CM«, 8 p^s. toti^. 

Hiere will be a review of af- 
hitfs>s^e di» last lioieetaig, aiki 
a'dncussmn of curretK ' business 
incliuling speedily in the area, 
the effect of the r^xht notke, 
and, a possible request for mdOx 
patfiob; controlling children who 
endanger themsdves by playing 
on^e roads and the golf course; 
and buikttng of a refreshmatt 
sMPd by ^ golf course between 
dw 7di to! and the lldi green 
jutt eut of Cardinal Road. 

The meetii^ iviH be open to 
other hvaheu and will be fol- 
kywed by the usual sochri period. 
All miaents and property own- 
ers of BirdAe^k Pmnt are mvited. 

Thow who have not pakl sn- 
nuaf dues of $5.00 per family, 
please pay <die 'treasure, Johia 
C Bradbume, 1351 Penguin 



search centers. 

All ^ ccmtributions to tiie 
fund, raised by local Eagle 
Aeries and Auxiliary spMUtor«j 
[Hograms are used entirely tot 
coronary Research. Nof^ are 
used for salaries, pubUcity ot 
other promotioittl expend. 

AHEND STATE 
CONVENTIOII 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Thnee 
members of the Omicron Chap- 
ter of Alpha Delta Kappa Teach- 
ers' Sorority attended the state 
convention Friday, Saturday and 
Sunday. 

Mrs. Virginia Treakle, ptm- 
dent, with Mrs. Myrtle Chea- 
tham and Mrs. Edith 'Rc^ina(Mi,i 
enioyfd a workshop and fellow- 
^p with other sorority sisters at 
NiMuml Mdge, Virginia laet 
week-end. 

Hie meetinig included play. 
to6, including trips to (he 
"Bridge" both by day and by 
night, and games of bri^ after 
the banquet Saturday night. 

Among the speakers was Dr. 
Perry F. Kendig, president of 
4l<»nt^e College and loh^n Mad- 
den, ^^dem of Virginia Edu- 
^ticm Association. 

mm FESTIVAL 




ThaadM-fcird ManafM- C«pp« (lofl) Mtkta Bomm la 
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LINING TO tOtlRIST 



VmOINIA BEACH — Mr 
and Mrs. Earl E. Benuks of Ot- 
tumwa, Iowa 4»dn't i^mnsi m 
extendi stay ki Virg^i Beach. 
ThCy only intended to spend the 
night here <m thar way to Floq- 
Ida. Bik'aa atil(^<Me accident 
can chiBiy ^ h a MtL mm^dms. 
It did for thr Aa|iMi. And they 
saw a side of Vigiflia B«ich — 



be the lasting impit^e^ It § 
somethi^, mm^m^i^ti^^ 
a woth far mnrin im Jftim 
assete devek>p(4 unfSi mof^. 

A few yeiii Mp Veaam^ 
gated r ctawb^ 




SATUUiAY AT lUU 

PRINCESS ANNE >£aZiI^~ __ .^ r- 

S!ii?ll!.rf J^^ST^K ^*^^^^ iW-ZHrfew tour- mta«"«e^ « e; 

Isu ever sec. Now they have 



Mmiday, fire hose; Tuesday, 
basic fiBtt of a fire; Wednesday, 
fundamental inform^ttotr, Thitrs* 
^y, fire departme^ or^miza- 
ttooi Friifay, eiectt-ical fires; 
May 24, ^iiall fire tods; May 
25, <»ttm» hazards; May 26, 
fire lenses and hanrds; May 27, 
responsibilities ct a fire depact- 
mefit; md May 28, motor ve- 
hicle fires. 



school PTA wiU hold Its s^id 
"Sp»|ng Festival" on ^utday 
.bediming at 10 a.m. ^ntil dusk, 
on the school ground^ bi Fa- 
cets. Aniw naza. 

TIbere will be a iu^ array of 
booths including SnowbaHs and 
a Country Store, and rid^ fM" 
tiie youn^ers and to6fi-a#as. 

Door prizes imll ^lude tawa 
furniture, fisl^ tacUe, tfeld 
camping gcwt, ^us a tmii^HH' cf 
stmller pritts. 

Tickets may be piw^aied 
fr(»n iwpiis ot at tive Pair 
grounds. 

In case <rf rain, the Fettivd 
wffl be held the fdkwing Satur- 
day, May 15 at the school. 



THALUm 



THALIA — Thalia P-TA 
will hold ks insteltetion meeting 
C^ck. Tlie League needs this I Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. at 
mall (XMMfibii^m. Hialia Elementary school. 



Chicks Hatch At Friends School 



taoo tazank; and May 28, fm I mart, 



Monday, el«)tiicai fires; 
Tu«Ktey, fire hose; Wetkiesday, 
basic Mots; TIauiday, fimda- 
m«ttal Hrformatkxr, Frkhy, fure 
department drgteteatfcm; Mi^ 
!f4, nMMm- vehicle fir^; Kfoy 25, 
ma^ fire tools; May 26, coai- 
inoa baanh; May 27, fire loss- 
es and haautfe; and May 28, re- 
spoosftiH&iM of a fire depwt- 




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ThowoB^r of (Mlag hmhf ckkks kateUUig rlfkl boforo tlMrfr 
b eraatinr oxcitMBOBt AMoac th« fint »a^ io«ob4 fr«4t 
■tadoiito at Friond* SdMol m wolL m tkofar t^M^ors, Job* il^iidM 
•b4 Zadia Sfatfor. Aflor fovrtoo* Jbiw iBcubBtiMi tho eU«lu 
bofMi to ippoT. NiBo yd anivod «4mt A» fkato was takMi bb4 
mtmrm JKWf w^octod. (L*tt to lialit)' witit b«br diiclui ar«i Dod^ 
ll«r«ll, DobMo BrBffh, SkBTOB lUlborg bb4 Bobby Sallb. 

(Staff f>belo by Roiebbtta) 



nothing bu| praise fw drt cfty 
and its people. 

Not Aat they weren't aire^ 
imprMaed with the resort. 1^ 
admired fts beaches, ks cleanH- 
ness, its lovely oc^anfront mo- 
teh, especially itfie Thmderbird 
Motor Lodge, wtere they i^tnt 
the night. 

But k wasn't until they had 
the accidentia few b^)Cks frtsm 
the motel that ^ty svw tlwtaty 
lis k reatiy is, a community of 
fi'iendiy, ccwteoas people who 
are not too busy fo <rffer a bo^ 
ing hand. ', 

' "I am a m«diant m my home 
town,** Beman said, "and I like 
for people to think of our cky 
as a friendly and courtrous 
|riace. But I coul^ never ask for 
niceii, toore courteous peo^ 
than 4tose I Ita^ met tit Vir- 
g»k Beadi." (^ 

The Bemai^ have a special 
word (rf {wake far Officer Joe 
Perez, whp handttd the accklMt 
diey were involv^ in, gratefully 

acknowledging hii assistance in 
ways that were *^bove and bc^ 
yond the call of duty." 

"Officer Perez gave us many 
dollars worth of iservice tfs a 
personal favor," BemAh'" saitf. 
"He cared for my wife, who was 
terribly upset over the accident, 
while I received emergency 
treatment and x-rays for a (U^k>- 
cated shoulder at Virginia Beach 
Hospital, 'he !^lped us ^ mir 
luggage back to the Thund^bhid, 
he saw that the car was off the 
streets ami in a garage, he did 
so many* things to help in. We 
will always be grateful for tts 
assistance." 

They also found a helping 
hand a* the motel where the 
manager, Hoyt C«pps, transport- 
ed Beman lack end forth to a 
do<Sor, gave him assistance in 
strais^nkig out the many tech- 
nicalities involvii^ the acciden-t 
ai^ helped him make arrange- 
ments f« a fliglM to l^orida. 

Beman has k>ng been an 
active member <rf tlw Ottumwa 
CSuunbcf of Commerce, whidi is 
I»trt»bly <me of the reasons Is 
was so impressed wtth hk tieat- 
ment in Vli^inii^ Be»:h. Ut 
rrnhsa the in^xxtaooe of &m^ 
teqr to visitors m • city. So o^ 



and sew»ii} 
a kind word, a friendy snrik wiH guii« tot ti» atiie 






tors. ITik 
proved to bft m<Mt 
Bemaa nid^ «^ ng/imt § 
simihir project for Vk^^ 
Beach. i 

He B^sans l»ve mm 
tinuid their &ip to Roilfek' 
itave pMiMsed to returh 
Ad^viiett Mae diM* 
stay wQl ^ ^[a»ed, 
posed. 

"S^mif di^ cteu^ *»« * 
vcr Fmi^,** he mM^ 
|Iad tfw duaiy, t iThi 
was iq Vli|^a B«u:h,' 
mm pso^ 1^ krvely 
nodf^bos flu ne joceaft, 
tlwft ia tMie ^ ^ inkHidi 
wt Moyi^ed ki on^ way < 



CONTACT CLUB 



VIRGR^iA mACH ~ 
regular nioiiiily meetii 
Con^rt Oub of the 
of Cfmtmtoct net recen^ 
tiie Whke Vt&m Motiel witt 1^ 
Riembas psesenit. 

The n^seflat wk , 
over by th<s {M-elkiMt, Mis. .,^ 
sy Newmaiy'Mrs. Jo M^'eif ^ 
ho^ess. * 

., Hew o^i^ar (tf^the 
for the mootii ^m* 
Group Insurance. 

Hm speaker for ti» nertii^ 
was Mi« Patricia Br^ whf 
talked about her ^p to Clew 
tend; €hio, where sHe^i^ 
sented Vi^kiia j^^h ttd ^^ 
Virgma Travel Council at " 
Home and Fk3*»^ ^w. 
boc't'h was tite wriy ti«vi^ 
ice represent«i 

Miss &a^ 9aid Jwre wii i^ 
resort area in dhb. J|^^^ 
oeople were mo^ iirts 
Vinwia BfMi'/AII ofrtlw 
chures were taken s(l Ae'^ 

The film, "Yows ^Tll 
Otoosing,*' was shown to man^ 
travel agents and editMS^MMl 
was very v«ll received. " ** 



CARMff AL SATUfiiaT 

ARAGONA — The Arasonft 
Etemeotary P.T.A. will have « 
<Mrfllva] at ^nM#Avdiy from 
10 t.m. to 6 i^m. 

There wh be rides, bake Mle» 



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ViRGNlA BEACH SUN, Thursday, May 6^1965 




tRONO 
OMMUNITIES 



vmst wAym cBvmcn 

9:30 Am.--^a4my Setappi 
l.M •.m— MoMm WtaH^ 
ms pm. TMIMv UnlM 
7:30 pm.-4Smlat Soviet 




CBUROI^ 









il oiM^*9 f suf cqvsiis 

« CA«PST| ^ UpHOUTMIMG 

fWOHtATIMG SEtVICpS 

Wt^ VirgialM M«— fc WML Ptmm 



m^||ANNB nj|Z4 



Mi 



W« S«Mm ah Ui^m Of Cam 

, . a^ VfctW« Jhnti 

nimiB«w4att 



MA^ 4fI|UUNIA 




CHUKai 
M«lTla Mm 



iniC«|^ni*APnBT CHURCH 

A caipiw i aa lbmfaera tiviitt 
Ukinh 
W 

»-2004 
^•T- —1—1 ^ ■--«—» School 

Uaioo 

,- ,„ , Of Service 

,„^. aifim^ cauBCH 

9M6 •a.-SmIv Sciiool 
11:00 «JB^ManM« Worriiv 
4:30 pA-^ittowiblp Hoar. 
7 JO pan.— F.voeiBi Serwceg 

cauac MiransN church 

IfcOO uq.— Sttn^ leliool 
llsOO Mk— «r<ailli<p Sirvice 

>»«>«• OUVK , 
K4niST CHUBCH 

MO LIB.— CfaiffGli Sehoci 

7:30 pm.—Bm^ WoiAlp 

oyyi GRo^s ■Aiiin' cuiRCH 

tack Ah^ Vu^^iM 

9M »A— Ctwtih SdMMl 
11:00 fuiL— Mental Wonfaip 

. ■ .1 *1 . " ■ - - 1. . 

tev. ni^ Mmvi^ tmtm 

9:45 A.ra.—Suadlw 9Aooi 
11^ MD.— Mtfmfav Wofilifa 
7:45 rJI nvwiim WoaiM^ 

tr. JOHNiTiiymi chuscb 

^^CM i A ang xapBt HoniB 

11:00 a.111.— Mantel WonUp 
isw pjB.— ».T.U. 

lu a^gw MBPCtt 
lArntt CHURCH 



10 IM 





aitf Ja.« 



OR^RCn 

iM, ViMUa iMdi 



7:3a 9:00. 10:30 



Om^tim mtA Sm^i&^ 4:00 pm. 
ud 1:00 Is OKW pjD. 



KI 3^333 

OCRAgJA CHURCH 
W n NAlAMKNt, 






0MTAIU>l» 

Empcrt La^g ui4 M«m AltoratlaM 

AIX KINDS 

atOt PACIFIC AVENUK 

Virttela BMMh. VIrclaia 

H<HI>S t^ 

PHOKt 42a4a4< 



>:43 ■ ■ at | to d»y Schwri 
IMS lai. Ifc rafan V^M^p 

ni^JS BMANUICL 

25tk ^JNMc. Vfa |toa Boch 

7:30 •li.—^ervkci Mofi.-Fri. 
S:ll ;^jn.— Friday<SiMMitii Scrvicet 
10:00 a^.— S«t.-Si4»()oth Servke 
IKJO tjp — Serviesi Sunday 

SMANUAL 

LUTHERAN CHURCH 

lUaMtfi A. Trie., pMtor 

. Lynn Sborea Drlv* 

•t Va. Beach Blvd. 

9:10 a.Bi. — Sunday Church 

School. 
10:80 a.in. Worship Service 

('lunery provided) 
6:80 p.Bi. — Luther LMfoe 



koWRS 

mmm HAnmi imhust 

PHONE 4?a*«732 



KVANOKUCAL LUIHBRAN 
CSIURCai af tte GOOD SHEPUERO 

1489 Laakin Soad 
^ .^RtT. IN^aoB W. Taytar 
9:80 a.ia. — Chiirch School . 
11:C0 a.M.--WoWhlp 
6:30 p.m. — ^Luther Leaao* 

- OURSAVlpUWS . ■ ■ :^ 
iAmiERAN CHURCH 

Baylake Pioea, Bayside 
- If"** **• Cartaagh. Pkatar 

8:16 a,ni. — Worship Service 
9:80 a-m. — Church School ' 
tl:0O a.ia.— Wonhlp Sernca 



JOHN SiNIlt^ TV^ 

" SALES A S^t^CE 
3014 VirriaU Bea<& BoalevAH 
ADMIRAL — RCA — ZENfTH 
COLOR SPECIALIST PHONE 341-a44a 



^kB«iCE OF PEACS 



UmiI»AN CHINCH 

(Mlisouzi Syno4) 
424 KiiiK Gtaal Road 
Rev. I. mmit Medley, Pwl 
8:00 aAi.— dfvme Wmihip 
9:15 ajn— Sunday School 

Bible Claat. 
10:30 a.m.— IXvuiie Wonhip 
Holy CoimsfaBioa— lit aad 




and 



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III-LO SUPEiWAllKn 

Laadoa BrldK^ ir«. «( 
^•Ife Stnct R Antic Avena 
VhiMB leMiR , 



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IN B«le«r 

4ia4i|U 



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i lOiyMMATON iNSURAMd €0. 




8:30 a.Bi: — Horaii^ Worship 
9:43 ajB.-«taate]f Sdioal 
Iiao MB. Mlnniia WoaUm 
^M pja.'n»tt«Unloo 
7:30 p«L— eveD&it Wonk^ 

ntiKwnx RAPTBT cmmcsL 

ki.MopeM Aum Oamay de i^ 815 
)k aula pail Oceana Air Station 

TJ' ''^ ^^^ ■• *>!*•« 
9:45 ajBL— jJuaiw School 
11:45 ML-^fm^ Servke 
7:30 PAL— fiveobif S«rvioe 

KEMfSVaii RAITBT CHURCH 

7IM KegpevMe Road ^ 
A. IK HmM, PMW 
9^45 a.ai.— Sua^School 
11:00 a.dL— Uotiac w^tihhi 
8^ iMB.-- CviBiai Wo wMd 
THAUALYNN 
RAPTIST CHURCH 
Rav. RelMrt N. Waflae*^ Paater 
Va. BMch Blvd. nUoi^c 
Prineeia Ansa m^Smm 
8:30 a.m.— Moraii^^o^B 
9:80 a.m.— Snada^Sdi^ 
11:00 a.a. — Mgr 

9X^fintQ 

CkMB* T. It„ 
9:48 MBu— Suadty 
U.^ Mk— Moniint' 
C-g p«L— Traiaing «.__ 
7:30 i^m. — Evcctnic Wonup 
7:30 p4gu-^MId>week mrfk^, WML 



lARERNAOJt MEiaomgt 
CHUROl 

Princeai Aiifle. Virg&iia 
Rav. P. S. ShalL Mlaiatar 
9:45 ajn.— Cbuich SdMMd 
11:00 a-m. MorBJi^ Wonldp 







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reuAwmp 

419 dtawxk 



CBUkCH 

" 2. Va. 



PliNfcunr^ SMU. MivKi 





TAaUA METHODIST CHURCH 

Pine Ave^ &. Vk, Beach BlwL 
WnUaa L. Aeher, Pa«t«r 

9:45 a.ffl.— ^unhiy School 
10:45 ajn.— Wonhip 

FOUNDRY M^IHOIMCT 

Vinfaija Beech Boulewdi. Lyanliaveo 
^ llootfae Ebot pMtor 

8f48 ain. and 11 n m ■Hih— 
9:45 *.&!.— Church Scho(4 
6:30 pjBv— Youth Feiowihip 

JfECH GROVE 
METiWDISr CHURCH 

Pthtcess Ame 
Roy R. JeelnoB, Pastor 
10:00 %m. — Ghorfch S^kk»1 
11:18 a.m.--^Moming WQvridp 



^rwt Neck R«*r^ 
9:45 •^^.^yORh Sduol 

tCOTT MEMORIAL 
MkTRODBT CHURCH 
^40* Pint C«l«aUJ Raa4 
Rev. M. Warlt Carry, PaMkr 
9:45 ».».--Ohureh School 7^ 
iliW •.&>.— MOfnlM Wonhip 



1 1:40 •.&>.— MdrnlM Wonhib 



BAYLAJKB MEIHODIST CHURdl 

Sure Drive ^ TreaMWe Iiiaad Dc 

Ba^iide 

R^raraadl E. l|«Mer, Mlabier 

8:30 & 11 a.ai.— Worahip Sccvioa 
9:45 aja.— Sunday School 

CHARITY MErtOOBT aniCH 

Bade Ba^, Vlrrii^ 
Bif • WUMt A« MooBi Jkk 
10:00 a.>i.^-ClMnii SobMl - 
ll:QO aon.— ^on^cW^Na 

SAL&f hfEIBODBT CHURC8 

Prlaoeai Aaiie, Vutpnhi 
Rav.FkaakD.faBB«a 

1^00 ajp.— Moniioa Woni4» 
llsO a.m.— Chufch School 
7 jO pjn.— Vouth Fellowriilp 

COMMUNITY BfEIHOmBT 
CSXmM 



Motni MT'^aHhlp 
.— YouthibOowihla 




^v. Daafai Al 
MaiBee.'^^&iai; 8.-06. 





Rav. Ralph L, Hera 

"WMm Cadi SM tfia CemmuH) 
'^4i BlMfcrniir aaat 4714'* 



4718 Haygod. .. 
J«a«i G. Loai, Jr. nmt 
9:41 a.m — Church SeteU 
11:00 a.ui.~Monia8 llmtUy 

HAYGO^|^m)|»«r 



lf49nMlw» 

SdMdk fir ii 




7:30'.pjn. 

* ■ 

LYNNHAVEN ^rapOBr 
CHURCH - 

- _ Uttla Hek Road 
tev. OMar V. Redrifaaa, P«^r 

O.-OO •.m---<%urch School 
1 1:00 a4B.>-M6rainff WonUp 

l<H>IST CHURCH 

^Mdi RM. 

--itM CSray 

lenrlce 8:80 8.in. 

9j46 •.m. 

iniea 11:00 a.ai. 

_____ O.-OO p.m. 

WWJL ^jTEmoawr cRURca 

Ro^ R. Jfthtom Pastor 

10:00 a.m,— |fimlnR,W»wUp 
a:00 A.M.-^rch School 

lOMil' CSURCB 
ai^1^«il 

^^^^^^^ ■' Wmlt^^m ■ 

■{y^MfJKm. 

IWowttIp 




NDtfMO METHODBrr CHURCH 

10:15 UB.— ChtBCh SchDDl 
U:l| f.m.-'Maaiiaa WonUp 

lie Rev. Bdnna Beiftriy, Reclai 

llf Rev. Macoa B. WaltMb A«MM 

I a.ni>-H^ Comannioa «>v«ry 

8 •.m.-o-M^fag prayer and 
Sermon. (Holy Com- 
mtmUm every 4th Sun* 
day.) 

10 a.m. — Cbwefa Sc))ool ilasaea. 

11:18 ajn. — Hprninir prayer and 
Sermoo <Holy Commun- 
ion atary lat Sanday.) 

St. FRANCIS' 
WfmmM. MISSION 

. 6M l^Mient Road 
. . VfaRioia Beach, Va. 

10:15 IE--^^M»l^vtea 
mmtf no^^^A 

EMMAKUEL EPISCOPAL 
. CHUftCH 

_838 Boimian Road 
*^';-<*i»|^ » Hcdaley, Reetor 
saw AiH.^-tH(dy GoAununioa 
I.— H«b - 



RDfOS GRAOT 
PRESBYTERLiN CHURCH 

(Now awedat hi die JCuif'i Omat 
Vkmtattry Schocri) 
Rmpiaa C. HMea, pMet 
9.50 a.ffl.— SnoteyBchool 
11:00 a.ia.— Mocniiif Wonh^ 

BAYSIDE PREnYTERlAN 

cmnnoi 

Near R(ri)blm Comer 
Rev. 1. E. J a hn a ea , imlav 

V:45 a.ffl.— Sooday School 
il:uu ajtt.— Monung WonUp 

THALU TKINnY 
IR^YT|]II4F( CHURCH 

Now meetU^ W^m 
IhaHa Qtaomtary School 
_lrv&8 B. SlaUia, MUrtMr 
9:30 a.ai.Mdoiakic Wonliii 
10:45 aja.<.diuich SdkMl 

BOiP CMBX 

piamyTBBANi 

RoMffioea Road and 
Wc^^ MBIar, 




MURDEN DRUG CO., 

Preaipt • Effickat Preseripttoa 
Phofa 840^111 3tf4 Va. tfUch Blvd. 

FREEOBUVERY 



J 



10:00 AJI.- 



CQmmanioa 



Monijna myer (2 A 4 Sun.) 
OwrehJcho^JoBowB the 10:00 
A.iij aftrrfea. Karaery aervice i» 
availaUa. 




Tnfl 








WoniMp SdVkiia: 
a.m.. aod II ajn. 

SecoM Mta'iqa ol Owrch ScImo) a| 
11 aai.fM<tfldrwapihro«A7tti 
lode aad «f»Kt. ^^ 

MeHMlBt Yoeth FetiowMp: 7 p.m. 
for TOung peopte— 7A, 8th and 9ai 
0Hee m Junior High Gronip aa<< 
\m mit op for l^nipr C^c«p, < 




l«3T3a 

Ar, View . 

llafc«^3nj 



KASTBRNipORE CHAPII. 
_!. IMi^mS i««rtat 

9:Ma#M»:|M^ Service and 
M^p^ Pn^ Ond Sunday 




(]# S^aliy Holy Cooniiaioa) 



tl:0O ajB. — Cim . 

,LYMNRAVBia 
PBEMirrE^AN WRC4 

ftcv. vbJS'fL^^i!^ hfiaM« 

9:45 a.m.-<lihtch School 
J 1:00 a.m.— Morning Worehip 
6:30 pJii...*¥«bthf^iowdik> 
6:30 p.m.— Pioneer FeilowaUp 
7:30 p.m.— Eveoina Wmhip 

CHRKT PRISBYTEIOAN 

cauiK^^^^ 

1200 Aiaapoa Boulevaid 
M. Bhad Dadi^, MfaiMer 

•chodl *•*•'<! sjfFW'- 

9-.yQ^^wi.'->9fM»^ mi Choreh 
Schp$I ,y ■' ''-^ 

Il:00a4n.---Wi)rd% epd^ Ckudi 
School. ' ' ■ ' ' 

FIRST PnSBYTERliN CHURCH 

Jeha S. liyiaa;'<pM 
Pacific AvMwp A 
9:45 a4n.~Cbun:h 
11:00 am—Moia) 
6:00 pjB. Youth 



OCEANA CUtt jyiAHCIlC 

VIRGINIA BEAdi Bi,VD. AT OC^A 

Cooatry Caxed Baeoa, Saaia A Shoal(ki^ 
Ffesh Fraihi, Vegetablea, 
^rocarioa 4 |fei^ *- 



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W. A. W^SOD, jbic 

CeouaUaiea Agaal 

H«Bhle Oil dk Refi.i.« Ca. 

Fwl Oil and Keioae^ 

Dial GA8-338S 



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^^ONATION 




11 



C«^^«4to 6 ^>4n. S^^uday 
G^to-OtoK 10 10 12 Satonlay 
After 8:3d aan. Muati 



E.CniwdlC^ 

9:45 a.0L— ClM»ch 
11. -00 a.m.-4.Mdni 
6:30 pjn.--W^-}fiMi 
8:30 pjaf-^Ffoeecr 
8:30 f .m.— Yooof 



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Hk»ch|«r'» has faifd^ for all the faHUy. 

It's liaae to thinh ef eaaiBMr sandals . . . e* 
tor real haralMrt fnse^m choos* frow •# 
faa la the sliir^fdfls. |lH«e4 lri»^ |.|^ 

8040 ^i;s |i;5%l^.9jM 



c^iqjKH 

620 141h 
BohhyH.Sa^ 

9:48 A.M:-^ito% 

H.-OdA-M.— Moiate 

7:30 A.M. " ^^ 



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MMNa 

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and 7.-00 to 
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WNCfSS ANN! ^MMBINd ft 
WCnilCAI. IWlim lif. 

a Uca^iai To Si^ Y«« - Ra«e Dbpk *^j|| 

m VN^ lllicl W«d. - Dhif 428.1811 
Pria^M Arna StatfaM — DiiU 4MMI218 



ASHEMRLY i 
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PRINCESS ANNE MiftlQRIAL PARK 

POR IMFOMMTmi iUOJ. GY T-MSS 




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VlliGrNIA filACH SUN, p^nnday, /VWiy 6/ 1965 



f^0«M 



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f^U' 



ilotH from U& 

Agricultorol Agent 

By E. R. '^tCK" COCKItELL, JR. 




(Photo ky PMirick) 



Jaycee Clubs Sweep Region 1 



VIRGIWA BEACH — The 
«nnu«l sfmni me^ng of R^ion 
I of the Virginia Jjifibr Owmb^ 
of Commerce wak Mid rec^Kly 
m <he Cape Cotony bub with 
llie Viqiittia B^ch Jsycees as 
hoats. A leooitl 115 r^pte&st^- 
ilvet from the thirteen chaffers 
In the region wth in atte^amx. 

Milton Ctemnnms <rf " die 
PriflccM Amw J«yce« was 
elected to the office of State 
Vice-President to represent rtie 
region on the State Ex«;iKive 
Cwnmiftee for the year 1965-66. 

Andre Evans, President of the 
Virginia Beach Chapter, was sc^ 
lect»i Ac Outstanding Loc^l 



RICHMOND — Oiaries W 
Helm, a schoolteacher in Vir- 
ginia B(»ch, is <me of fhe 48 
voo^ men and w««nen who h«\^ 
been invited to «tter training 
^ June 19 as ths fir^ missKMNU-y 
journeymen of the Soutlwrn 
Btptist Forei^ Mission Board. 

TTie Mtssionary J<Mimeym«a 
Program is the Poreqpi Miastcm 
Boaid^s new ca^^virf of spei^ 
««enB» mo/ke for i6in|te#Bl- 
kfo flvdttates M^ do not feet 
oallea to a miniimary career 
InK who have ttelicated their 
taltnu and vocations to Q\ri& 
«nd are willing io serve overs^ 
tor two yean. 

4r Mr. Helm, after an ei^- 
:veek tnunmg in Ridimond, ex- 
pects toteach in a Baptist diunch 
,m Tc^iHo, PiMv for two years. 



President in the region and Vir- 
ginia B^ch was selected (he 
Outstanding Looal Chapter. The 
chapter was citwl for its mwiy 
worthwhile projects within the 
community during fhe past year. 
Virginia Beadi Jaycees re- 
ceived two other awards. Bill 
Caspar was selected regbhal 
Speak-Up winner and l^ul 
Vance the regional SPOKE win- 
ner. These men will represent the 
region at the Jaycee State Con- 
vention to b; held at the Goldeh 
Triangle in Norfolk on May 21, 
22 and 2.3rd. 

Several candidates for other 
state offices were in sttendancs 




«nd spoke to the group. It was 
atated that sewro! Jaycees from 
|rea chapters will be in attend- 
mce at the Jaycee National Con- 
vention in Buffalo, N.Y., during 
the week of ^lune 20. 



HUMAN RELATIONS 
COUNCIL MEETS 

VIRGINIA BEACH — What 
th5 War on Poverty means to 
Virginia Beach was "rfje topic 
at the recent me.ning of the Vir- 
ginia Beach Council on Human 
Relatbns. Pr«er>t -to hear Keith 
Williams, Associate Director of 
the Health, Welfare and Recre- 
ation Planning Council, were 
four of the six Virginia Beach 
represenativiM «ii STQP, (Ae 
Southeastern Tidewatsr opp^- 
tunitv Project). 

Williams described the pro- 
posal which the Planning Coun- 
cil sent to Washtnaton in wder 
to qualify the Norfolk area iw 
Federal funds. Copiwl frcwn Si* 
East Oient Plan {Norfolk), tiis 
regional {HX}posal likewise cen- 
ters (m local sdiools as foca) 
points for activities as nei^ 
borhood centers, fai addition to 
a staff of professional people 
who will administer the program 



MISSION AT TRANTWOOD 

VIRGINIA BE AGH — 

^urgeon Memorial Baptist 
Ujurch, 5520 Tidewater Drivs, 
began Mission Work xm May 
2 in the Trantwopd Elementary 
School. 

Morning wors'hfp is held at 
9:30 a.m. with Rev. D. S. Mey- 
ers bringing dK message, and at 
10:45 a.m. following the morn- 
ing wonfliip, the Sipday Sc 
Kill be in jession. Ot^ lei 
to be adided as the work 
are Training Union, Evening 

Worship and Wednesday night I who will administer the program •■« n-m.-Smii^ ^*S^^ 
prayer service, and other organ- are a number of neighborhood 'liS «'S'~KS23Lte*S^ 
.«...„. t« ..„„, ^. f..ti ««^.„ coordinators or c o u n s c 1 o r s, '•'° "^ T5!!?_ 



SOUTHERN PINE BEETLE CAUSING LOSSBI v 
OF PINES IN VmCINIA BEACH * 

Attacks of ihe southern pine beetle on pines in ^^fi^nfar 
have reached epidemic proportkms in «>m« aftos. 

This ins^ is considered the most ^ame(^ 
the souih. U attacks pines (rf all slzei. The adu 
leggedj ^out, and about one-eighth of an i«* Im^.H^ 
adult is soft and yellow in color, but soon Hardei^ •nd 
to the dull, dark brown col«r of <rfdcr adults. ^, * , 

Bee<tlet of overwiiKering broods em^ige aiMi 
the spring — about tfie time d<^wood is hi fuN b 
they may be active during prolonged arm periods ia #ie 
Tliey lUually attack ^ mid-trunk of a tt«e firiT, ahd wotk 
upward and downward. , ' 

The beetles are gew»aHy afttrwstKl to wtakme^ trKS. They 
bore thro)^ outer bark ai^ construct "s" ahap^, crisM^CM 
tunnels tiirou^out the inner bark. This borii^ gkdies the tr^ 
causing d^ith, and introduces a blue stain fungus whicti nwy hoflev ; 
deadi ^ the tree. i 

The earliest sipis of in^taticm are twm^tHis w^M^^f^^v, 
or t(Mnetimes red-brown pitch tubes (i^kma as taiie as a wmI^oC : 
gum) scattered over Ae outer bark of the tree. Trees ^ww J^eh ' 
lowiah-green foliage in 10-14 days following an attac|c. •♦**#' 

Beetles that enter the tree deposit egp in the inner huMEr'^ 
where they change to pupae and finally transform to aduk beedn. 
In warm wether the life cycle is <»mpieted in 30 to 40 daytriM 
there may be as nwny as five to tix g»ieratkm fat « yMr ui fte 
deep south. " 

New broods <^ten leave the trees when the foKage ta enly * 
slightly faded m yelbw. When the crown of a tree tattm red, tfM ) 
beetles have usuaHy left, ex(XfA during winter moadis. ' i 

Since logging h quite in^jraotical on hofnc sites, iflleHII^ ; 
trees ^ould be sfMrayed with benzene hexachloride, (OMninorty * 
called BHC). To prsfare tfie spray, mix one gallon <rf BHC eW^* 
centrate containing one pound of gamma insomer per faXkmy^^/ir^g 
50 gallcms of No. 2 diesel oil. A coarse sfvay of diis ineoticJdft f 
should be apf^ied untH the bark is wot and dripp'mg. I 

One of the most important measures for successful ec^Btroi « 
is to make a check of the treated arsa. Infested areas ^lould be ■ 
checks during the summer months for additional infested trees 
that might have been left. 

• It's important that individual landowners ch«c1t Qhe'»Md^dbn 
of Aeir pine stands for possible beetle at£»^. IirfeKed Ut& @ui 
be spotted during winter by the colw of tlie needt». CktN^ of 
red and yellowish temped pin» ate die best jndicaKm of ' 

afttack. • ■ .-.- ....^ --.-.. ,. ,-, i..-.- .^mmmm 

Prompt removid of infested trees helos reducx future poiwla- 
tlon of beetles, and lessens the pr^nM)^ of Airtber a^tckt^i 
endemic proportions. # 



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trained in an eight weeks coutMi 
The Virginia Beach d^le|^tes 
to STOP are C. I. Siler, J. t 
Owens, V. A. Etheridgc; J. W. 
Hawston, R. J. Webbon, «nd R. 
F. Wekon. • 

To illustrate liow Ainds mk^ 
he procured for CcHnrntmity Ac- 
tion prc^rams, WilltanM speHed 
out procedures for setthut up a 
dav oare nurterv. Both die 
VBCHR and the United Council 
of Oiurch Wom«i have shown 
an intere^ in <h» (»<^ect in ccA- 
laboration with the Seatack 
Community Center. 

Webbon de&ribed the pro- 
pMcd Headstart Proi?i«m tb be 
-administered to 200 preschool 
younestsrs thU summer in Vir- 
ginia Beach. Initially the number 
of students will be around 200 
fot half-day se^ions with both 
breakfast vaA luiK^ provided. 
Hie Seatack, Bettie Willtams 
^esA Seaboard Schools have been 
choseii for Headstart. 



SIGMA » INITIATES 

CHARLOTTESVILLE — 

Soenc?r Mathews Jr.. son of Mr. 
*nd Mr5. Spencer Mathews of 
Box 6035. and 'Rfllnh Land 
falumnus '59) of 206 Treiswe 
Island Dr.. arc amon» the 61 
initiates of the Virginia c1"»t>ter 
of the Society of Siwrra Xi at 
the University of Vireinia. 

The initiates, includin({ grad- 
uate students, facukv. research 
staff and alumni, attended a ban- 
nuet in their honor at Newcomb 
Hall. 

OiJ'ilifications for e!e''Hon to 
mernbershio in S\o^h Xi mu<!t 
include worthv scholarship and 
the promise <rf achne^^ment fci 
research. 



TWO SELECTED 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Two 
area men have been elecfed to 
membership in the American 
An?us Association at St. Joss{A, 
Missouri. 

TTwy are iR. L. Vanderpto^ 
and E. A. Mo(m%. 

This m e m b e r sh ip iws oi» of 
613 issued to bfeecka* <rf r^- 
teied Abenk»n-Angus in tbt 
^ a^ d«ri.« tte part 



KAiA CHUKH or cmosr 

Creeds, 'Virginia BmcH, Va. 
W. T. W«M«r, Mtebter 
((MX) aja.— BiUt S^iool 
11:00 ajn.— IfomlQi H^ffiiiip 
6:45 Youth Program 
7:30 p4n.— £«c^ W«nl# 

CHURCH (NPC8BBT 

i460 Va. Baaeh BIvl, OeMaa. ^a. 
Roy N. Wlbra, MtebiM 

10:00 ton.— BMe Stndv 
11:00 ■ III Mnilllin ifrtrMo 
I'M p.m. — IhmlBf Worship 



nwr CHUMS or CHKisr 
fCucNiwr 

209-20tbat 
9:30 aj&.— Sondw Sdtool 
11:00 ajQ.— GfauitB Service 
8:00 pjit.— Wadaaadriy ~ 



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Greet Neck Reeil neev .^fcore Dr. 

Tbe Rev. The. H. Britton, Mimnn 

9:45 a.m.-r-Church School 

II :00 a m. — Morning Worship 
7:.<»n p.m. — Piljrrim Fellowship 

.Nu-«''rv for »rwa11 fhitdw'n 
WBUSBAIV CHR^nAN 

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Vii«iiiia Beach. Va. 
Rev. i. I^wderld Pai*w 
9:45 a.m.— Sundejr Scboci 
n-on • in. — Mamint WoniMr 



FE MBROK E MANOR 

UNITED CHURCH 

(CwHCraielkMnl ClirMiaB) 

MeetiiM^ Iq Pembroke Manor 

Eleaaitary Sdioot 

Rev. Chailee F. Hmm, Mlaieiar 

9 30 ajn.— Charclr Scbooi 

10:30 •m.— WV»^ 

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EPISCOPAL CHURCH 
»■«'• Great R4. A Eaiabavfh Dr. 
Stmiy S41 -3730— Office 340-«4n 
Rwv. L. J. Teylw, Jr., Vicar 
8 a.iB. — ^Holy Commonion 
to a.m. — ^Family Service 
Holy Comnattion 1st A Srd Son. 
Morning Prayer ot^r Sundays 
Church School coMunwnt wltii 
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LartfaM. 
9:^ aja.— Shmli? School 
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ARAONA BAFTTIST CHUffiM 
New Meettag li Leviae LnrfwJ 
Elcagieeterjr S d b e e l 
N. C. CLIFTi^ Paeter , 
9 :46 a.m. — Sun^y Seh<K>l 
11:00 a.m. — ^Morning Worriiip 
6:80 p.m. — Trelriur tMm 
7:30 p.m.— Evening Worrit 
7:30 p.m.— Wed. Prayw Kwti^ 

CARROW BAPTIST OilffCM 
Rev. <URY B. THOM^^ 

Miueler 
9:46 e.ra. — Sutttey SdieeF"^^ 
11:00 a.m. — Wonhlp Ser^ 
5:45 pm. — Vesper Service 

6:30 p.m.— Training Untosr \, 

— - ■ . -;— — ,..,.n,.iii.itf r« 

HOME BURGUUZEff 

WOLF»JARE — The famw 
of Charles G. Owrow Jr. of 5^ 
W. PantatKMi RtMd mw ba^ 
larized rec^itlv, police takArmrit- 
a mm and hol^r vattR^ m. f fW *" 
and $6 in caA were repMted 
missin?. 

Entry was made *tou0i tea. 
upstairs window where a pu^ 
was btcktm to tain wssee «^ 
lock, police said. Officer T. R 
JcHKs Jr. resfXMid^ ami 13^^' 
tive E. L. Hmywtes kt mmA- 
gating. 

SHgpERY THEFT 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Abort 
$75 worth of assorted rimtb- 
bery was removed titom axouBd 
the home of Mrs. Raynaon|i|( 
Tmitt, 5748 Majove C&m 
p<^ce reported. 

Lt. R. A. Davis and Dett 
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^mife menben <rf'^ UmUy 
to ttry the rocif^ and give MdtKer 

^^^&^ M"^ 

tli^ «M% esjoy sudi a 

tto^RM Medi^H Day lre«t. 

f^^ ft wu^i^ menu and 

Jn ^my one to pftpsre. 

MOTHER'S OAY BRUNCH 

ToiiupiD-BoailiQii Ck)claaU 

Scmnbled ^^ ftna 

Vienna &i»age 

Onn^Datie Mu^^ 

Oofffee — f%9t Cbocotatt 

fapbiBaa Pie 



CambiRe t No. 2 can ton^o 
jRfsii «i4'« 10% f». cao <tf i^ 
bobfilon, 1 teafpoQQ worciss^- 
•bipr 8NW «d « dath d n^ke 
peeper, 'fk M're you litve put 
Ihe lomsib juice and bouitl<m 
it 4le t^m^bm^ oj^ be- 
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WKt e^ sli^y wM milk 
«d4jej|«Qn^. 

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wlMA RlHtMi.'Rid4 ugs and cook 
fllMviyj acMu^ hora bomm 
«iid aides often. Do not over- 
cook. Serve on warm flatter and 
-p)»ce Vienna ninages tlm liave 
Seen sauted in butter armuid 

^w dessert — I «kcs^ 
^'ttdkeesy Pie — beoaui^ ft ^vm 
OMid* by « teesa^ in tlie PiUs- 
huiy BakeK>ff and vnm die 
SMUlOe ftWBnl^-40 if ^ can 
>«*'« it so.caa you. 

VEMWESV PIE 

■s cup shoitening 

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AusNEN Homa) 

-HiNGTON,|XG.— 
<a^ K. LaffsoQ of Guy Steuait 
'Adtoa, and George H. t^m^ 
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2 ci^K afi pur{xwe PMi^ury 
flour ' 

1 teaspocm salt 

6-7 taolespoons pesA syrup 

2 tai^tespopns butter. 

»aft uam sms ct p&^. S^jrinkle 
psach syn^ over mixturs. Stir 
until doeuV liotds Kxe^ier. Roll 
out dc^^ on floured surface to 
H-inch thick. Fit » 9 inch pie 
pan. FM wi^ peich mixture md 
rake HI {8^e^d oven to 425* 
f<w 10 mmmm. tk* wifh butter. 
Theii coww wifc dtse^ cake 
topping, ftoll out remaining 
<fcMigli. OU iqto circlss, brush 
with p(»cii ^rap. Arrange ob 
tco <^ niixtore. Mer k has 
baked tot 10 ouwites et 425* 
cover edges wkh f<xl and reduce 
oven to 350'. Bake for 30-35 
mtnmes vMil <iettp foktoi brown. 
Here is ib£ Peadbes 'n Cheese- 
cake flllHW. 

1 1-lb. 13k». catB doig peach 
slices 

% cup plus ^ cup sjogar 

2 ^blsspoqm ctMnsterdi 
2 tablespocms cotn svrup 

2 iablespo(»s pun^ui pie spice 
2 t^ispoons vanila 
2 pggs sligMy be^en 
1 tabtespooB Uaum fuux 
1 3-oz. pacb^e cream cheese 
% jcup oiiry $cMir cnam 

Dran pei^i^, ces^rve syrup. 
0>isbHie peadi ^ees, H cup 
siigar comaiandi/ ^e spies mid 
vanilla. F<tf &ffi dliKsecike top- 
py — Combifw ^^ % cup su- 
gar, lemon juk» and 2 table- 
spoons peach syrup in small 
saucepan. Code stirring con- 
stantly, until ^f^. Sqfton neiun 
cheese, blend in sour cr^un, ^AA 
hot mixture and ^eat imt^. 



OCEANA — Kandergatten 
II, a dam ol some twenty or so 
five and six-year okb hx>m 4he 
Friends School ^ Virginia Beadi 
were tre«ed to Naval Aviator 
Survivd displays, supownic jet 
au^hines luid ice cream and 
cookies <» a ^k last week to 
NAS Oceana's IWIky Squadron 



nSS BAMFORTH 
SElEtTED ■ 

FREDERICKSBURG — 
Grace Marie Bamforth, daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mp. Oiester Al- 
lan Bamfordi of 5172 Over- 
land iRoad is among the eighteen 
Mary Washington Oc^ge Jun- 
iors that have hcen selected for 
member^p in Ae Mary Wash- 
ington College Chapter of Mor- 
tar Board, national senior honor 
socfety. — —^ 

The new mMates were tapped 
by senior members <rf M<ntar 
Sknrd during an annual cere- 
mony recently held. Membership 
in Mortar Board is based mH 
only on outstanding leadership 
Irnd MK>lai9hi{^, but also in 
Mrvice to the cpftege. 



FOUR. 

Tliey were greyed with the 
laimding oi a large hydn^en 
fiHed weeper balbcm and a dis- 
play of pilots' distr»s and 
emergency equipment. Wkh si- 
rens wailing and l^bts fkuhiai, 
the dream of most six year o\m 
arri^d on Che scene, a terge, M^ 
^ ^^e. AH of the chrk^ 
woe Ci^ed to a seat on the fire 
truck and givm an opportunity 
to "sound the alarm" cm the 
truck's siren. 

After sittmg in a pilot's rub- 
ber, life raft and getting to put 
on Flight Suits, "Hard" Had 



and Oxygen Masks, tiie diildrm end landing. 



toured the two types <4 aircnrft 
flown by ihe squadron — the JB»C 
1000 MPH "Crusader" and the 
US2C Anti-Submarine "Track- 
er". 

Coldr pholx^rapAs of this Iwo 
Klindron aircraft and a plaque 
boarm; ^e squadron embtem 
MN'^ftteated to the class 
teachers. Mrs. Jean Marie Rich- 
ardson ajxl Mrs. Reva Kelbo^ 
by Cdr. D. T. Wflliams, Com- 
nnmdmg Officer of VU-4. 

the tour ended wiA a tnovie 
on canier aviation, 'tTokes", 
Cookies, Ice Cream, and a trip 
to the tow^r to se: je^ Caking on 



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with circle oi dtxig^. Pop into 
the oven and bajte. Remember, 
fir^ 10 nuntiies'ttt 425*, thsn 
30*35 minutes at 3^6*. 



POUCE SEEK MAN, 30 

yOCEANA — Poli(^ here are 
liookii^ to John Robert Ward, 
30, and have a warrant for his 
arrest in (x>nnection with ihe loss 
of a large sum of money from 
^ Food Town sAtxt at Oa»oa 
Where Ward was the assistant 
manager. 

About $1,5SS was <aken from 
the store's safe reccmly, police 
said, but there were no signs of 
iorced entry. Ward reportedly 
has been missing since ^ loss 
fvas discovered. Deteotive A. E. 
Smith is investigating. 

Hiis is Hk third iocid^t of 



Most of us enjoy taking care of babies and <Aildieii. Baby 
skting is a wowlerful experience, but if it is the first time you haw 
oared tor <AHdren and iiifente it can he a liMJc frightening too. You, 
however, will feel more at ease when bal^-sitting once you have 
learned how to wxlerstand chHdi^ and how ta 
<affe fw (hem; 

l^rente ^pkn bal^^itters wice diey wuit 

wW ^^^Mh,w ^llwCc^- ^^^^Np^^ 'BVn^my QlHRnK ^kCTF v^qBBVvvv 

from home. fa'H^rd^ tor paroots to mpy thea 
outing, they aiiiit led c<»rfident in die biaby- 
sttter's ability to ^itMedt the child's welfare m all* 
sttuatiotis. Coieaqueiitly, ^baby-sitting is a j<^ to 
be taken scriou^. 

One of the first tilings to remember when 
baby-sittii^ is tint chikii«n hMd ^nuine love 
and affeotion. Tlie love and care that ok)« peo- 
ple automatically give a baby, helps make tfie 
infant secure and l»ppy. Oiildreo abo need this af f««ion, althou^ 
« they grow oida signs of afeotioo ^oold be replaced with more 
adult cxprcKions of approval. Growing up, along with a desite to 
do things for cmesetf, is often the cause lor mishdiavior in childrsiK 
The baby-sitter should recognize thb and jvhen children misbehave 
you should ren^ain cdm and objectlveV 

TTie good baby-sitter diould al^ te sirfety conscious. Accidents 
c^ happen, and the b^ way to pr&vert them is to give ^e chil- 
dren your full attenti<Mi. Poo't ev^ kt Mything distract you frwn 
your job. 

The good baby sitl^r should also reqranlK that differences 
exist between househol*^. V»u f^uU ilj^nrf^ be adaptable and 
lea'm to do your job in all family situations. 

The main riling that parenb expiot from their b«by sitter is 



loss cf UKmey frrnn the store io 

ream months but polwc said -^^ proficiepcy. If yotj have yotu^r bioOiers and sist«» you have 
Acre IS no connectKm betwceni^ ^rtunity to Sirn chik^ at home. HowcvS^ Aere are 

other places to learn child oaire,' suc^ as ^trough home economics 
classes and classes offered by «mw ypudi organizations. 

Once y6u have learned mm to be a good baby sitter, success 
will be evident. A good b»l^-»iter is always in demand. 



the incideafts. 



McDAinEL; IS WPER 



VIRGINIA BEACH — J. M. 
McDanieh, Virginia Beach i;ep- 
resaitatiye o< The Lincohi Na- 
ti<mal h\!p Ip^uw^e Q>mi^ny 
an<| a memt^ <x ftoy F. Mitte 
& Associates, has been named a 
winner m die company's recent 
three month Sbrike - O • Rama 
sales contest, aooofdmg to an an- 
l»uncemefflt by Hairy W. Pcr- 
ftOfls, senior vice (K«si(tent and 

smoodi. Now ks ready to pimur^^rector of agencies. 

over the p^^ mixture and top H^McDaniels received special 



rec(^ition as a resuk of sibling 
at least tme policy ov^ a speci- 
fied amount, each week durmg 
<fte contest 




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G«rn(M>t Qifford Oaldier et ux 
10 tkmUi C. WtchJe et «x. lot 
4, bkxk 10, plit c* Aragona 
Vim§c sec. 12; tax $21.30. 

M. Dan OaUt et ux U) F<m:- 
ie« W. Coik, Jr. et ux, lot 3, 
Uoclc 1, plat <a Cap^ Hemy 
sec. D; tax $24. 

Point-O-Vicw, Inc. to William 
E. MM^ewt, Jr. et ux. lot 7, 
bkjck 2. plat ot Point-O-View 
Sec. 1; tax $36.15. 

•Robert H. Covington, Jr. et 
ux to Mieridge Redty, Inc., 
lot 18, block 21, plat <rf Pria- 
ceu Anne Plaza sec. 2; tax 
$15.45. 

Levio E Zeni et ux to Rk^- 
u4 L. Jobnson jR ux, tot 447, 
giat of Tborou^ood sec. 2; 
Ux $40.50. 

Joseph C. MoimIs, Jr. et ux 
to Stanley Eli Goldman et ux, 
tot 1, plat of property of Robert 
D. Paul; tax $30. 

First Gophers of Virginia, Inc. 
to Laskin Lgnd Investment 
Corp., parcel - Lynnhavdn Bor- 
ough; tax $91.95. ' 

Leonard Sawning, Sr. et ux 
to Donald A. Meyer et ^x, lot 

10, btock 33, plat of Princess 
Anne Plaza sec. 7; teix $18.45. 

J|ck Merritt Hanson et ux to 
Aj#ur J. Forget et ux, lot 9 & 

11, block 35, plat of ^adow 
Lawn Heights; tax $27.75. 

Cosine Reaky Corporatim to 
E>onald A. Carlsow et ux, lot 
68, plat of I^keviUe Estates sec. 
2-A; tax $23.55. 

Harold W. James et ux to 
Aubrey I. Austin et ux, lot 2, 
plat of Robiohood Fq^iI; tax 
$52.50. : :- ■ , ■:..T"?fi^-: ^ 

(Rkhard H. PecV et ux to 
Thcmas R. Glisson et ux, lot 
19, block 17, plat of Princess 
Anne Plaza sec. 9; Ux $22.65. 

I^ul Dean Daniels ^ uxto 
fames E. Belvin, Jr. et ux, lot 
>4^ block 6, plat <rf Pembroke 
Manor sec. 1; tax $21.90. 



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AnnOB Realty CoqnratiMi tp 
' Tracy C. HooperR et ux, tot 29, 
block 42, plat of Pembroke Ma- 
nor sec. 4; tax $25.05. 

Aubra H. WhiteuKsk et ux to 
Ltoo B. Car^ a ux, tot 104, 
plat of Weslyiew Village; tax 
$25.50. 

Oc^weX-Auttin-Wm Realbr. 
Isc. to Thomas L. Cioodwia, Jr. 
et ux, tot 1, block C, f4at of 
Birchwood Gardens sec. 3: tax 
$28.50. 

Pavap. lac. to B. B. mm, 
parcels Z, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 
plat <d Browm ^ate; lax 
$195.75. 

G. Dewey Simmons, Jr. et als 
to Bailey Parker Constructton 
Corp., lots 22. 23, block 20, piat 
of Cape Heiwy sw. F; Ux 
$19.95. 

Jerry Sta^, Jr. et ux to 
Gre«)ry Bealty Corporation, 
lot 3, btock 24, plat of Diamond 
Spring Honws; tax 17.1 a 

Stanford E. Ward et ux to 
Grewry Realty Corporation, lot 
7, block 15, plat of Princess 
Anne. Plaza sec. 4; Ux $16.20. 

George 'Ronald Brown et ux 
to 'Donald W. Wright et ux, tot 
J, block 10, plat of Aragona Vil- 
lage sec. 10; tax $21. 
. BevH-ley Tucker White et ale 
to AralanU A. Camion, lot 4, 
Square 19, plat of Virginia 
Beadi Prt^ity; Ux $.4,650. 

William E. Hudgios et ux to 
Peter J. Kelley et ux, tot 8, 
block B, pUt of Oceaaa Tenaca; 
ux $20,257 y \ 

Hoyte G. Williams, Jr. et itx 
to James L. Underwood et ux. 
tot 152, plat of Laurel Manor 
fax $18.75. 

Jack EugeiM DiU et ux to 
Pro|;^rty Buyers, Inc., tot 9 
block 12, plat of Axagona Vil- 
lage sec. 12; Ux $21. 

Bertha E. Keaton to Charles 
K. Jett et ux, ^ D, plat of 
Parkview Manor, tax $15. 

Thomas Josefrii Long et ux 
to Allie Baker Mundy, tot 12, 



m^ B, plat of AragoM Vih 
toJpc. 5; ux $18. 
^ftajcrty Buycn, Imi. m 
mi^ T. Hc^tod et ux, lot 17. 
m^ 10, pte a Macess Attoe 
Flaaa sec. 2; ux 1^2.35. 

Jackie N. Qeorye et u« to 
frofetty Buyefi, lap., tot} 441. 
$5, plat of MaUbtt se^ 1 4k Si 
Ux $39.90. '-^^ » ' 

W. J. I^iva elc. to Roiprt 
fijIiNic et ui. tot jg, ijtocjc |r,j 
id^ff^l^^a^. 2;Ux$19 

Jh^^ E. Brantley et ux to 
Wffljp L. Hud«», Jr fit tt», tot 

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2605 Pacific Ave. 
Phont 428^iB1 

DUCK'S 8EAI. 
323 Laskin Roid 
Phone 42d-48|2 

GOLDTHWAITE REALTY CO. 
242 FIRST COLONIAL ROAD 
PHONE 428- 6868 

JASiD REALTY CO. 
200 25th Street 
Phone 4284^ 

KELSEY REAL ESTATE 
2706 Pacific Ave. 
Phone 428-7041 

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1B2f Vtrainia Btadi Blvd. 
Phom 426-3B22 

SEAY REAL ESTATE 
222 Great Neck Road 
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MARGARET P. TOMPKINS 
AAayf lower Apartrnents 
Ph<»ie 428-77?! 

WAINWRIGW REALTY 
2609 Atlantic Ave. 
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C. Humi$ at vt 
to Rnlb ft. T^ioe, tot 20, plat 
of Cape Heory sec. E; Ux 
$21.71. 

Avatoa Hills, lac. to Gerald 
A. W«4e at ux, tot 4S, piM «! 
Hoi^ie^d !«;. 1; tax $40.20. 

JaqM^ C. WickiOit^ a ox to 
WiUituj pouglas Folwick et ux, 
tot 18 sftt part of lot 19, btock 
94, iriat oC Virginia Beach t>e- 
uSW^ pp- ^P- 6; ux 

win T- %}tphiii at ux to 
Raj^ g. Simmmis, Jr. et ux, kK 
8, Mat c^ Wertview Village; tax 
$2WS. , 

Jac^cfOQ Al^oay Kutiag et 
ux to FradUin D. Smitb et ux, 
lot 2ti, dat ci Gai^oivrood 
Parb tax f 28.05. 

Julian B. Jduu»n, Jr. &, vx 
to Robert Calvin Endcrs et ux, 
tot 13, block P, plat of Lake 
Shores sec. 5; Ux $32.25. 

Eugene C. Hickman, Jr. et ux 

to B0mi %• H^Qkiw^ at uf» 

lot n, i>c|c U,^ of PriiH^ 
Aeoe pj^iec!^; tax $3l2l. 
J. Pfiver ^c. to (Littcm 
^ ux, tot 3, htock 4 

ta|f2p.70. 

ux ti^ Jjvadm w. p^r^ H 
ux, |q| 27, bto(^ SS, ^ of 
AA^a Village hk;. 7; tax 

$17!!5. -^ ; 

Lantton W- Ethe 
to pearl M- l^qaj 
block H,Wer 
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Sfmcer 9. Baker et tt« to 
Jimmy Bl^RS Dn^j^ m u^ 

$16.|0. 

CUitord M. k^t et ux to 
Arthur % VMM t( nx, toi 
7. ^}ak U plat of CanifcMa: 
mmm. 1; ux $24.71 ^^ 

Clprlie Faiu to Jase 
Mfrkum, pan^l - 
||l9nNDg Cei^; Ux $18. 

A^ B. NeiUaar et lix w Nd- 
ionO. t>ttval,yr., tot 1^ " 
iu, j^t (rf re»M>kc * 
sec. I; ux ^%,$i. 

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32.40. 

iity Realty Cdrpoittfon to 
Ronald iRomw) Jordan et ux, tot 
53, plat of Kio]^ Grant sm. 
SA; tax $30.45. 



P«t <^ tol 14 
pt 1^9i^av^ 
$292:ii 

Bcibcrt V. Curraa et tMio 
Roger M^ et ux, ta^8, 
block F, pl«t of Lake Smith |lr- 
rage; i^ $33.30. uf 

Ray N. fk^um et ux to^W- 
ter I Mtok^. W 55, iflftt tof 
Ball mveo; Ux $20.25. ; i 

William O, fmim e| §Ljo 
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Purles W. Steley et pi p 
Bdwm F. Jaword^ et ux, tot«il. 
Mock 8, plat (rf Aragona \i^e 
lec. 5; tax $a0.70. 

WilUaia James Dailey ^vx'to 
Robert O. Barbee, Jr. et i^ tot 
9,> lAock 8, plat ol Pocat^as 
Village; tax $19.95. -j 

Jose^ E. Rittnttya et ux* to 
Miles EHis Clark et ux, tot-^, 
pUt ol Thalia Gardeas; tax 
$40.80. 

Vito Mag^ifioo et tlS^ to 

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tm l;t& $22.^. 

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FwEin A. Uiwy k wl W*8, 
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Ux$30.W. 
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Gmm #. ^laall et m: to 
Indian River HoUBng Ccwp..,.^ 
gircels, jrfat of J. D. |^ 
Farm * iMian Rivs Bo^ 
$49.50. 



\&fidcfmm In The News 

M^ne Suff Sergeant Walter Mrs. Kt. 
E. RttUlehoover, <kh) of Mr. and 
Mrs. Bennie L. RidWehoc^ o^ 
4408 Shore Drive was gmduated 
recently frt^ 0» 14fi^ Tom- 
port Qiief Oowie at ibe Majrhir 
Corps Supply Schools, Marine 
Corps Baae, CaiQp Lejeupe, 
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Marine Lance Corpmal John 
R. Jenniflffis, son of Mr. ai|d 
Mrs. Frank E. Jennings, Jr. of 
4013 First Court Road is serv- 
ing with ComMny "G" of the 
Second ^l^dlon, Second Ma- 
rine Redment, an infantry unit 
<A tiie Sec(»d Marine Divisicm 
at Camp L^'eiue, RC. 

Airman Second Class Ernest 
Lee, son <rf Mr. and Mrs. J<Meph 
Lee Sr. of 1532 Frost Ro^A, 
Bayside tiaa arrived for duty at 

C^n AB, Korea. 

• • • • 

Seaman A {prentice Sam^ 
miwl J. Perdur Jr., USCG, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. P^due of 
1717 Ashley Road was recx^y 
graduated from basic training, 
at the Coa&t Guard Recruit 

Trainii^ Center, Cape May, N.J. 

« * * • 

Marine Privat» AUen M. 
Farabee, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Max Farabee of 2105 N. M^l- 
tory At, Hampton, Va., is st^ed- 
uled to graduats tbk nionth from 
Marine recruit training at the 
Marine Corps Recruit Depot, 

Parris Island, S.C> 

* '" * • ' • • 

Arniy ^C Foi^t B. Fislj- 
er Jr., whoseparent? live at 4140 
Rundel Lane was recently as- 
s^e'd to dw 55^ I^iljtiry Po- 
lice Company at Fort Monroe, 

Va., as a military poUceman. 

• 'm * * . 

Army Pvt. Midiael L. Mills, 
son of Mr and Mrs. Harry W. 
Miiis, 214 Burieich Ave., Nor- 
folk, Va., complctetl this month 
aiji hitcrniediate speed radto op- 
ei^or course' at Port Jackson, 
Souft Carolim. 

Navy Lieutenuit l^mtteth L. 
MiacL^ in, son of Mr. «Bd 




Aragona !#<>.. k^lMWV^ 
Exercise Quick Kkk VH, &tktd 
the attack cargo siufi USSMf 
kin, (»erating oiM <^ N<^^^ 
Marim 9C^md Lie^i^MI 
Ric^rd D. Barba, son^il^ 
a^ Mrs. WlHuiffl H. Baibi^ 
1308 Lake view Wve, is 
{»rt in Exercise Quick Kkf 
with the Third BatuUon. ^Iifo 
Marine (Regiment, SeoMd ^a- 
Division. 



Navy LieuteMat Q\xn'i 
grade) Jdm J. ^nd, 
Mr. and Un. John J. 
5i552 ^irlfws^ pwm _ 
part la Exercke t^idt K^j 
idbc^rd tbe dock lan^ng jriap 
USS Plyoaaith Rock. , , 

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Sgt. Erapt A. Rc^rs, scm'4^ 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. M^ 
5021 Broad Si., oompleteff^f 
omibat intelligence nod^xniM 
stoned officer course at tfie U.|. 
Army School, Europe, in Obex* 
ammeiiau, Germany. 

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Army Specialist fcnr Lltgid 
Brown Jr., whose parents Iwo at 
180^ Cypcrs Ave. took pikt m 
a massive parachute as^uM'^a 
Vies<|uss Island, near Piifiiit 
Rico, as a pah of a jpittt sari^ 
airborne and ampi^itous ofa-- 

cise. 

* • , • ♦ •., ■ 

Army Set. Jay Sprurll, whOK 
wife, IHtricia, lives at 404 Mtoe- 
tecnth fet. took part iii a *^- 
sive' parachute firtiuk on ^p- 
ques Island mar Puerto JQ^, 
part of a Joint serVM» airbrtBw 

and ami^ibtous ensrcis^, 

♦- * • •^ 

Airaian Henry L. Spciw^e, ipii 
of Mrs. lauw A. Spence ct 148* 
Palrtietto Ave. has <X}hipleted Air 
Force ^ic military training. fK 
L^kland AFB, J^m. 

AirnMn Jctoi *. »k)de», aon 
of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey H 
Rhodes of 4416 ^^^er Upa, 
has aimjiriatiNl Mi Vorce iNHic 
vMay tmiuBg at Lacfcimii 
AFSt T^tas. 



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Locat Students To Be 
In Nerfolk Concert 

NORFOLK — The Norfolk Youth Orchestra wHI pfeaem to 
Annual Spring C<jncert « 8:15 p.m., Friday. Mfiy 14, m the 
Auditwium of Granby Etementary Schort. Tvw Virfinla BewA 
stadeiMs will particif^te. 

Ritf^ng in age from 10 to 19, Ae younj artist^ will jwewnt 
a program of string music worthy of the finest string (Hchettiv. 



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Four twnage artists will be 
fMitured as soloists. Ei^teen- 
ycar-cHd Robert Wayne Moss, 
cellist, will play the s«:ond 
movement. Andante, from the 
Concerto for VwlonccHo by Die- 
gen, Virginia Poulos and Ken- 
neth Crawford, vblinists, both 
18 and soloists for the second 
year, will play Concerto Gro)«o 
Opus 3 No. 8, ' tlK Christmas 
Concerto. ^ „..,,. 

Under the barton oT^nis 
Brown, conductor, the Youth 
Orehestra will feature the Suite 
for Oiildren, Opus 18, com- 
posed ior mtd dedicated to the 
Norfdik Youth Oix^hestra by 
Norfolkian Ludwig Diehn, in- 
ten^jcmally-known compose^ 
and for many yean a strong sup- 
porter of symphiwjy music m 
the Tidewater ar«i. Tlie Suite 
premiered here in 1962. 

AdditkmaHy the YoiKh Or- 
diestra will present Purcell's 
Suite (From the Dramatic Mus- 



LOCAL ART PICKED 



,. .MmiwUl* . . . bMit hi dM clMsrMm. Mra. BmHy ?«§•'• tint 
ttfM* pTfonm a "•Iww m4 I«II" progran f MtorUia Um saw. 




Newbem, has just had two palnt- 
iflgs selected by the State Fed- 
eration of Women's Clubs. Two 
works, a collage and a pen and 
ink, were painted under the di- 
rection of Mrs. Elizabeth 
D'Auria during art classes in 
Kempsville. 



Hie collage had received a 
blue ribbon frcrni the Tidewater 
Federation March 10 at tiie 
Monticelb Hotel and the pen 
and ink received an honorable 
mention in this same judging. 
Has «itillwl both pitrtures to be 
sent to Roffldce to ifiie State 
Convention, where the collage 
received the only ca^ award <^ 
$100.00 and the pen end ink 
took a blue ribb(». 



ic) and Fletcher's Folk Tuir and 
Fiddle Dance. 

Soloists Virginia IN)uk» and 
Kenneth Crawford, first fouml 
their interrat in pkring musk: 
through the programs offered in 
their public schools. Miss Foulos 
has been a member of the Nor- 
folk Youth Orchestra for seven 
years; Mr. Crawford for twp 

Now studyii^ at Old Domin- 
ion O^ege, Miss Poulos was an 
honor student at Maury^ High 
School and has participated in 
many theatrical productknis in- 
cludit^ Old Dominion's "Archie 
and MehrtabeK' and has played 
in the Norfolk Symphony CN"- 
chestra for diree years. 

Kenneth Crawford, now. a 
senior at Woodrow Wilson High 
School, Portsmouth, h^ been a 
serious student of musio since 
he was 11. Also playing in the 
Norfolk Symf^iony Ordiestra 
for two years, he is equally dedi- 
cated to his school work and his 
music. Kenneth hopes to attem} 
a music conservatory after com- 
pleting his high school education. 




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RMoaliereit 

<S*GS GRANT — A pie- 
view of Itfe at schopl u given 
to )*iMpe^ve &irt graders at 
iOnfl^ Grant mmxamry school 
««' year, t@ Mp make the 
traaillKn from honje to sdiooi. 
Bre^school v^Ewtnttini was held 
with 117 mtm tsu^eita legista^- 
im h k ejq«c«ed that dioie 
wiH-be oouated by SqHembcr 
when a new solKxd year b^ins^ 
~ cU^h^ learned i^out 
llnd ^Hs f^^om fou- 
ibe motters w»« be- 
feA'm(tl» oafeteria dn 
, nay expect &om the 
I: tad 'm tewThers as well 

t fooit to pablic sdiools, 
Ffeyiip Miektas, elementary 
achoet stipecvbar, and Mn. . Ae- 
kisa, the s^ool ciurae, spoke to 
tie parents as did Mrs. Ann M. 
Lindny, ptmAjM ci Kioa 
Owl 

Mrs. B(ktA Br^v^er. the 
libMriin. met with the 
m4w Ubrarv where en- 
line film ittrips were 
. afte «*k* die children 
divided I into groutjs and 
^ to fl« first wade clsss- 
rooM of Miss A!15»ood, Miss 
Caaon, ^^ Kaufman. Miss 
Doln. Mre. Paw, and Mrs. 
Co^y. Owsroorn procedur^^ 
were expltlaed bv the "r>ld- 
ttmm" to Ac wosi>erti%« fir^ 
gi«am. Somejcrfd friends were 
spotted aj^ ^s exchfinoed. 

apon ifcnr return to the K- 
y, MiM Al«» Ltetn, music 
tea^fter. led them in anras 9fter 
which ice we»m was ^^tvc^ 

Ifot werw ^v will ^e liVe iRe- 

fU0^*ion <^v. bot Ae fnn ^ 

' 'iBlttn had will he reme-^bered 

afwund. mortl ofth** 

n ^irtw ha^ be»n to school 

e«^#? m4 wjrtittte Wn<», 

nk^jwm . . . and 

ae our; ' ' 'vin<» the 

■ "^ ♦. i" on re- 

t.utfl^ Mo, 



Virginia Boocii 
SpotligJited On 
J^ Sunday 




VIRGINIA BEACH — Bal- 
timore's CBS station WMAR- 
TV and Salisbury's WBOC-TV 
wai devoce their entire half hour 
travel ^k>w "Coit^ Pi»:es" to 
Virginia Bciw* <m Simday, at 
4 p.m. 

According to Laura Lambe, 
handling reMxt |Miblicity and 
pWHMtion fix tiie city, the pro- 
gram will oMnbiae a lowing of 
the new Viijunia Bracb movie 
frwn The Otunber of Cwn- 
n^rce and f^een minutes of in- 
terview wilh special guest from 
Virginia Beach, Kay F^lkes, 
local radio and TV personality. 

Mrs. Foulkes, duriiQ fte in- 
formal dtKUiskM witfi die i^^, 
gram's director, will cover ivar-' 
ious infoimatiomrl fao^s of the 
res(»i's attnotlom, particularly 
its family appeal. SntKHal events 
such as the Music Festival, The 
Boardwalk Art Hiow, Lotus Fes- 
tival and Chfldren's Week will 
be described. 

For the, interest of feminine 
viewers. Mrs. Foulkes will dis- 
cuss the tyi« of clothes to 
britM?, atjd win model a tvpical 
"sunshine" wd "stariight" mt- 
fit. 

' WMAiR in Baltimore and its 
a^octate ^tion WBOC in Sal- 
k^sary have a combined audience 
of ai^oxtmately 2,000.000 fead 
(»ver the sttpni vacation mar- 
kets of BaltiHiore. W^shjnston 
area. The show was videotioed 
in WMAiR's studio on At>rU 29 
for broadcast at 4 o.m. Suiufoy. 
'^i€ Salisbury s^^tfon receives 
the wvpam by relay. 

AJbKi MaiHi^, executive vk«- 
prmAetit <rf The Oiamber <rf 
ComiMrce ^led that the 13% 
mimitc V^j^ Batcft mw^.« 
wHl be ^lowii tm the NBC affii- 
kte mi^M m Wa^ngicHi, 
WRC, in early My. I 



Thesd pictures wffl fte ia^ to 
the General Federation of Wom- 
en's Club in Washington, D.C., 
where tftey will be judged with 
otfiefs for higher homH^. This 
contest will be sponsored by the 
WiMnen's Club and by the Out- 
doOT Advertising Associati<Mi of 
America from Chkago, Illinois. 



WAVY RADIO TO 
AIR NATO GAMES 

NORFOLK — WAVY Radio 

(1350) will preswjt live cover^e 
of the NATO Games Saturday 
direct from Foremen Field. 
WA^^Y will ak five minute re- 
ports bepimk^ at 1:30 p.m. 
and {wesent them at each half 
hour througih 6:30 p.m. 

WAVY Sports Director Len 
Hatiiaway will provide the com- 
mentary tmd intaview th6 var- 
ious participants. 



Robert Wayne Moss, also 18, 
has studied cello for six years in 
the Portsmouth Public School's 
String Program and has been 
principle cellist of the Norfolk 
Youth Orchestra for the past 
three seasons. A freshman at Old 
Domini<Ni College, Mr. Moss 
has been a member of the Vir- 
ginia ^ate String Orchestra for 
tiie pa^ four years and principle 
cellist <Mje year. His experience 
playii^ cello in string quartets 
and string orchestras rivals that 
of muiy artHts twice his age. 

Now in his secaid year with 
the Youth Orchestra, Christo- 
fbef Hailey has studied piano 
for five years and violin for 
three. Last year he was a mem- 
ber, jof .|he Ail St^,St^ Or- 
chestra. 

Otiwr members of the Ch-- 
chestra are: First violins: Naomi 
Forster, Willard Junior Midi 
School, Albert Kcmikoff, Granby 
Hi^ School, Guy Weddle, Wil- 
son Hi^ School and Elizabeth 
Kovner, Old Dominion College; 
Second ywlirw; iRico McNeeki 
and Lyime McNaughton, Larch- 
mont Elementary Schod, Del»a 
Reed and Marilyn (Robb, Blair 
Juni<M' Hi^ School, Katherine 
Outen, Norview Hig^ 5dM»l, 
Susan Forbes, ftincess Anne 
High School and Joseph Ht^ra- 
be^r, Suburbitti Elementary 
School^ Violas: Helen Brad- 
shaw, WilsOT Hi^ School end 
Gay Gregora, Kellam Hi^ 
School; Olios: Diana DeVrics, 
Carohon Oaks Day School and, 
James Crawford, Wilson Hig|j 
School. Kvte Graybeal wiH play 
principle bass. 

Tickets will be $1 for adu4te, 
50 cents for students 18 and un- 
der and will be sold at the door. 



4-11 Junior Steer Sliow Saturday 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
second annual Chesapeake- Vir- 
ginia Beach 4-H Junior Steer 
%ow and Sale will be held on 
SMurday at' Greenbriar Farm, 
Military Highway in Chesa- 
peake. ^ 

The Show will begin at 10 
a.m., and the &ile will start at, 
1:30 p.m. j .A 

TTie annual' ev^ fsc(>'^}on>- 
sOTcd by the Agricukural com- 
mittees of the Virginia Beach 
and OiesapeaJee 0>u^>eis qi 
Commeice. —— --— "t~~?=— r^ 

There is no admission charge 
and ^ piblic is invited 40 at- 
tend.. 

There win be 37 grain-fed 
steers to be sold for home freezer 
use. A full steer, a half, or a 
qitarter of a steer may be pur- 
chasttl throu^ the Virginia 
Beach Oramber of Commerce, 
The Chesapeake Chamber of 
Commerce will bill for the cpt 
of Jhe Uvc wei ght jof the steer, 
•nd the processing wHI be paid 
lor when the packaged beef is 
picked up. For further informa- 
tion reprding the purchase of 
beef, contact C. Francis Lay or 
E. R. Cockrell, Jr. at 426-6111, 



ext. 6. 

Howard E. Jones Is chairman 
of the A^icukure Committee of 
the Virgma Beach Chamber of 
Commerpe, and the committee 
memberi are M. tR. ,Adams, W. 
H. Brittin^iam, A. B. Oews, 
E. iRichard Cockrell, Jr., R. H. 
DeFonJ, Jr., Harold Durham, 
Gekge FcrreH, W. Clark Flem- 
ing, Ralf^ L. Frost, Sidney Kre- 
C; Francis Lay, CapL C. J. 
e, and Al MacKay. , 

Also A. R. Maiftes, R. P. 

Midgett, Walter Munden, J. 
Curtis Payne, W. R. Payne, Jr., 
John M. Potter, John W. Potter, 
Norris W. Shirley, Dr. Frank 
Stewart, and Earl Tebault. 



Crosswortl Puzzle 



^£i4iOl^UeWeek 



& 



WVEC-AM-FiVf 
Has 24Jour 
ProgramService 

HAMPTON — WVEC-AM- 

FM is broadcastiiig on an 
•round-the-clock schedule which 
bepn at 12:01 a.m., Tuesday. 

The extended hours will not 
become a c^tch-all fCnr so-called 
"Pul?lic Ss^ce". programs but 
will, ihstead, be an extension of 
the proven "standard music 
service" that has become a 
trademark of WVEC-AM-FM. 

Milton Green, WVEC staff 
announcer, takes over the "music 
'til dawn" program from 1:00 
to 5:30 a.m. Green will continue 
to host the popular "Moon Dial" 
program. 



TEST 



1. Marshal DUIon of "Gun- 
smoka." 

Hanry Fonda Jamas Amtu 
Patar Folk 

2. Holt on "Today'* show. 

Imx Baricar Ralph Edward* 
Hugh Downs 

3. U.N.CLE. agant Napop 
Iton Sok). 

lidiaid Crtnna 

RobMt Vaughn , 

Andy GrlfRHi 

4. Danlal Boona's Indiaa 
^ sidakick, Min|H>* 

Ed Amas Tad daCentca 
J. Carrol Nash 

5. Judg* Garth in *'yfk^ 
Ion" saries. ^^^^ 

Roymond Masssy 'VH 
Ua J. Cobb ^^ 
Will AndofsoR 



ACBOafl 

1. Ball boy: 

Golf 
7. Excited 

13. Continent- 

14. Lodged 
15k Cubic meter 

18. Fatarici 
n.I^ial 
18.Flat-t<9>ped 

hiUs 

19. Bitter vetch 

20. Detest 

21. Fish 
25. Presses 

27. Ate 

28. Showy dress 

30. Eaten away 

31. Musical 
instrument , 

32. Hum 

33. Giri's namt 
34.^)eech 

defect 
35. Route : abbr. 
38. Sheeplike 45. Fictittous 
40. Tiff 46.RcU«bl8 

41; Musician 47. Prod 
44. Spatter 48. Bi^ 




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BEACH-BAYNE 




25th&Atlcuktic 

TODAY, FRI. &. SAt. 
Mty6-8 




3177 VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD., VIRGINIA BEACH 

THROUGH TUESDAY— 1 :O0-3:0O-S:OO-7:0O.9:OO 




brings hiS bea 
totheb^o&F 



Kia.u« iiik*— ^at. at tf:16 ^m. \..i»ly — 6 art. ror K.ias Unly 



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Aim: CmrtooM — Stag* Khb — Chaptet- No. 6 "Lcit Piau*t' 
Starts WMinacday, May 12 




at his touohestl 




17th & Atlantic 

BKSBBseagBasaB^BBaEssR! 
tHURS.,FRI.,SAT., 

SUN., MON., TUES, 

May 5-11 




FMhirM 2, 4:30, 7, 9:30 

Sun., Mmi. & TuM. 
May 9-1 1 






bngehsbett 
tothebaa*! 




hWf^isut'h m m i t af mimieam. 



WED., TOURS, FRI.. SAT. 
May12-1J 

PAJAMA PARTY 

Features: 2 4 6 8 & 10 



Faaturaa 2, 4:30, 7, 9:30 



WB>. THURS. FRL SAT. 



May 12-15 




pMfurat 2, 4, 6, i, 10 



s. 



iMn 



KOIKE 

it Tike hqHoi ttM ofi' l^y 18. 

^1965, «t 10^4)0 *.m. m. Hok 
Bukk, tes. 17^ S&cet, Bxtood- 
ed, Vtm^ Beacii. V^i^, m 
■teU e^p(»e to tab one 1960 
Chevrolet, ieriai oomb^ 01635- 
B 104669. aeiked tad repoMcsted 
ttmn J<^M ^. lOnu^, 947 
Viffrinia Beach Blvd., Virgink 

of « dMn cQtt(ttk>Ml 
•tlei contract, mtti$ Oadber 15, 
1964, ID pufwai^ Hi the IM- 
fbrtn Sain Aciof Vinkue.' 
Hok Bukk, W. 
21« & Pacific ' 
Vuiiiiia Beadb, Va. 

.4 5^1X 




NcrrtcE 

Hde ipt o 






j^ Take nodcie (Sfk on May 18, 
r 1965,. in lOeOCa.tn., a| Hoh 
Bofck, Inc., t7<|. Street Eictend- 
ed, VirgiBia 0ea^, Virginia, we 
•hall expose .to tale, pf» 1964 
Ctoel 32 spt Jcpek serial number 
320276507. Mthd and sepoa- 
aeised from dfeiotte ^igier, 
*ii71 Coral Gifm Court Apt 3, 
Vugtnia Beatik wSiQ^. by vir- 
tOe of the hrea(J ci a certain 
coo^kional a^ftootrac^ dated 
Nowmber 17, 1964, in pursu- 
ance of tbe upifipin tales aoc 
of VirgMM. 2^i 

HaM- &iick. Jner - 

2f« i PKilk 

Vktiaa BoR^, Va. 
^ S-6-1T 

bf vntGiNu 

la Utt qMk% Ottea ,aC tlie 
CiiciA CMt^ol tl» Cl^ of Vir^ 
giida Banch»>i Ihe 2Mfe day of 
April, 1911.^ 
OROEi): Of rUBUCATION 

Pkiii^, f 

WBLuJ^ROy FUS^iL, 
*9^ Def^dant 

ThCiOtgect of tlus suk is to 

M^>tain li e^^ce a mculo malri- 

monii Innn the said Pendant, 

upon tiie.groumte of <ksertion. 

— ' And an alfidavk iaavii^ been 

iAa<k tndjfied tint Hw i|efetid- 



am is a noQ-tesideot <rf ttfe State 
of Vii|iiup, the last known post 
of&;e . odKbtss being:- EHHban,, 

Aiabalii^* itis, mdacA tfnft Im. 
do apm tl^C wWjin ten (10) 



days 
^^oi, vOi^w^mMJ be n^jp«- 
aary lo mottd^B intenaltiB, i 
thissiiM^^ ^r:**?. . i 

JOHi/V.^iSfrRESl Clerk, 
By: J. Ci||^>|fuiCD.C. 
BRYDGES t^lpOYLES^^q. 
1369 J-«to R<^ 
Virguua Seaot^ VintDJ^ 

^ . 5-^T 

Vii|tai#v'"^r. -> 
14 IliK OeikV QfBce of Hie 

OrariilM <it tlttM» BcnA» 

05 iKjMdiV oflpifl, 1965. 
JOHN C. POSrELL and 
EDWIN C. KELLAM, 
Co-AdounistTators of p» Esitate 
of John Cuniun^^iani Postell, Jr. 

6 Helen AUred Postell. 

vs. 
BABARA TAYLOR POSTELL 
and'ELIZi^qa^ ANN^ 
?cmm^, t^a, Daleilddots 

1^ object of diis suk is to 
obtwi-Jl (klcUira^ry jiidgment 




»J 



of 



COl 

the bro9t£ls'<rf several kiaiirance 
pol«iM^«ii^' afil&vk Invtog 
be^ made that the deCeodaots 
Baitara' T«yk)f FoA^ and 
Eialbdli' Aaoe Poatdlare not 
resflent of the ^m^-ot Vkgraia 
the J are hercby \^uired *0 ap- 
pear within tm days after due 
pu^icaitioii bere of ai^ do whet 
m^be M«essary to protect their 



oeilaln tfbperty fronting 150 
iaet on 4he E^ side MUit^ 
raghw«y, beginniur « n pmt 
.4 mik Nordi of In^an River 
Roid. Havb^ a deptf) of 2O0 
Nt atong tte Nottbem and 
South«tt pTOM^ Uim, ani a 
wi^ of ISO feet ^ong ibe 
EMtern proKrty line. Kcm^- 
viue BfMmip. 

VII. ApplkatKMi of Acredate 
Nuiaary try Paul E Beotley for 
a dia^K of aming frnn km* 
doiee Suburban! EHstrk:! 4 
(K4i 4) to Liinkid t^mercnl 
DiKiict 2 (^-L 2) d ceitain 
ptofmty frooting 192.30 feet on 
die Eaat side of KjempaviUe 
Road, b^n^ «t a point fiOQ 
fMt Soudi of it^un River 'Road. 
Having a depth of 486.24 fe^ 
akjng the Nwthem property 
liiK, a wkMi erf 180.16 feet aknag 
the Eaatem pipperty line and a 
detMh of 429 feet ak»g the 
Somtiem property line. fCempf- 
vile Bkhpoiii^. 

VIII. Apphoodon of Witch- 
duck Manor Devek>pment Cor- 
poration by KellatiT and Kelkim, 
Attorneys, for a diange of zon- 
ing from Residence Suburban 

of Pembroke Manor: District 4 (R-S 4> to Lim^l 

(1) puntP of KMung from iC^merciftl Di^ript Lj^rL 1) 



BoMi^. 

It A ppfl p a rt o a - et ^kerge* 
town Dev^ifMnom Ooi:p»atmn 
by Frederick F. (Wiriel.-JT, for 
a <AaMe of zoniiig from Resi- 
deiicc Sttburfaao Oteifct 3 (R-S 
3) to Mulfl^PamUy Residence 
DtitoA W-M) of obtain proper- 
^ de^pated «t the R. H. and 
W. C. Dal^fd Farm. Said prop- 
erty bontiag 107 1.8^ feet on the 
West skle of Baker Roi^, be- 
gpUM 4t « point 331 J2 fm 
Nimht Newtown Road. Havhig 
a dl^ of 233I.T3 feet along 
the NorChem propoty line, a 
wklth of 295l.20*f«t ak>ng die 
Weatero prtqjerty line (Cky of 
Norfdk and Virginia Beach di- 
viding line), a depA of 730.69 
feet akmg the SotMthem prc^rty 
line (Newtown Ho^). Turning 
and ninnii^ 1()83.19 feet around 
a S.6S2 woe paroel to EMker 
Road. Containing 75.226 acres. 
Bayside Borough- 

in. AnrfioMkMi of EmiUo Oli- 
vieri, Fretferick Napoliteno, 
Hork» Ciatc^ and Armon CMi- 
vieri by Owen and Guy, At- 
torneys, for the following chan- 
ges oi yooi^ in the subdivision 



Mu]tip4»4^antily Retadeace Dis- 
tnct #-M) to General Commer- 
cial Dteict I (C-0 1) of cetlam 
prop^y located «ti die Nortlwast 
IntCTsectitM} oi Con^jtution Drive 
and VIrgfaila Beach Boulevanf. 
Fronting 370.71 feet on Virpnn 
Beach Boulevard, haWng a 
depth <tf 211.i2 fe« on Qpo- 
stkutbn Drive, a width of 
370.71 feet akmg the Nm^m 
property line ifsd a wkkh of 
211.62 feet along the Eastern 
property line. 

(2) Change of xo^g from 
Multiple-Family Re^deoce Dis- 
tria <R-M) to Linxked Com- 
mercial District 1 <C-L 1) of 
certain property fronting 
1500.32 feet on the East skie oi 
Constkution Drive, beginning at 
1 point 211.62 feet Noilh of 
irgmia Beach Boutevat^. Havng 
a depdi of S45.7i feet alMg the 
Southern property line, a width 
of 1890 feet ak)i)g the Eastern 
property line and a depdi of 920 
feet along the Nordiern property 
line. 



<^-€hai^ of eoning feom 

?/««^ ten UU)4«csidence Suburban District 3 

JiW»^J<»f-f|R-S 3) to MuVdple-Family Resi- 

ience Distrk^ (R-M) <rf ceioain 

ty ^b^AniiUE at a p^Mtait 

62 fe^OfaSlof yir^a 

Boutevajxi, 545 feet more 

HHT less E«at of C^n^tutit^i 

Sdve. Having a wi(kfa of 925 

Aet along the Southern property 




• UQALNOnCiS 



<^ certain property ftOBm$ 455 
fMt on the East side <rf Holland 
Road, fa^uuiuig at a^|KMnt 2000 
feet Soudieast of South Rc^e- 
mont Road. Havhig a depdi of 
385.64 feet along the Northern 
aiui Soutibem property lines, and 
a widili of 455 feet ak>ng tbe 
Baatera property line. PrinoMS 
Anne Borough. 

IX. Arolioatkm of Wkchduck 
Manor Development Co#poni-, 
tk>n and Amberjack Reaky Cor- 
pt»atk>n by Kellam and Kellam, 
Attonieys, for a change o&»w- 
ing from Residence &itlirban 
District 4 (R-S 4) to'^MGliiirie- 
Family Residence DistricH||RM) 
cd cfffUm propmy k)oated near 
the Northeast interKction of 
South Lynnhaven Road and Hol- 
hind Road, frpating 1281.06 feet 
onthe North skfc of SoutbCynn- 
haven Road, 1125 feet East of 
Holbmd Road. Having a depth 
of 3165 feet more or less a(<»g 
the Ea^em ptpperty lins (Lcai- 
don Bridge Creek), \a wkJth of 
3786 f^t more or ' less akmg 
the Nor^m jMoperty Ime (pro- 

fosed Sectkm 17, Princess Anne 
laa, and prt^rty of Cky of 
Virginia Beach). Havi^ a dep^i^ 
1^ 5245,75 le&, «loi« Sw West- 
ern propetty line (Pineel B.^ttol'' 
Mnd Road and property of 
odiers), having a wtdm (rf 
1631.50 feet along dw remaind- 
er of the Southern property lii». 



• iMALMona 



VIRGff^A tEACH SUN, Thucsday, May 6, )US 



line. (N(Mthern property line of To be excluded from d^ above, 



Priwxss Anne Hi^ Sctwol), 
havk^ a depth of 940 feet more 
or less along the Eastenr prt>p- 
erty Ime (br^Kb of Ibalia Creek 
and i»operty of Princess Anne 
High School), a widA of 1100 
feet more or less along the 
Northern property luie (branch 
of Tbalki Creek), and a depth cA 
880 feet more or less along the 
Western prc^rty Ikie. Con- 
(ainiiig 23 acres, more <x less. 



(4) Change of xonmg frtmi Li- I^atrict (R-M) of certain prop- 
mked Cbmmercktl District 1 1 ertv desiiuiated as Site B. OcMiee 
(C-4L 1) to (jeneral Commercial 



J^STI 



.Mm V. Fentress, Cterk 
Byr-R^b^WfeSteputy Clerk 

Freoerick H. Cceekmore p.q. 
~: --.-^-'. 4-29-4T 

-^ — ' ■ " ■'■"'^'■K- ." ' ' ' 

tlie iMular tmping of tqe 
Cotmtef Ae=aiM»r Virginia 
Be4di will be heW in the Circuk 
Coiirt on Monday, May 10, 1965 
at I PvM. «t wW«li tune persons 
will be beard for and agabst the 
foUowii^ proposed chains ci 
zoning, use permtU, etc.: 

l. AppUoatkm of Mary Lee 
Jones for a chai^of zpnmg 
fro* Residence Saburban Dis- 
trict 4 (R-S 4yto LimUed Com- 
mercial Dtttrict 1 (C-L 1) of Lot 
4, ttbdivtskHi of Ste A, Lot 3, 
Ne<Sd6c I^rra. Sai^ PpP*^ 
begteiil^ «t « pofot 240 fcpt 
Sooib of Newtown Road, 1000 
feet East of Qootism R<Wl- 
gHaying a i!ndth^br98 «« feet 
akittuie >kiMb0^ 




of2itt:ili^W*«<l«J 

perty pe, ^ wkW>;,of 

akng die SmidM»rn 

Ime'andadepdixrf 150 

<te V^estetn jropemf 

Said pared cdniKctea to 

Nevi^wiiRoad by ^ 13 foot 



Distrkt 1 (C-O 1) of certain 
prop«ty4ocated at the Soudieast 
mtersection of Independence 
Boulevard and |WBM Sti^et 
Frotttmg 200 feet m Indepen- 
dence Boulevard. aiKi Jeanne 
Street, bavmg a depdi of 200 
feet akmg the Southern pro{feity 
Hne and a widdi of 200 feet 
along the Eastern property Imc. 
Bayside Borough. 

IV. Application of Terry Con- 
struction Go. Inc. by Oweo «id 
Guy, Attorneys, for a diange of 
zoning from Residence &ibur- 
ban District 4 (R-S 4) to Li- 
raked Commercial Dtstfict (C-L 
1) of certain property tocated at 
die Southwest ukcrscction of 
Independence Boulevard and 
Jeante Street. Fronting 415 feet 
on Independence Boulevard, 
having a depib of 325 feet on 
Jeanne Street, % wdfli of 470 
feet mwe or k»«kmg the West^ 
em prt^rty li^ and a depth <rf 
270 fwt ak>i« d» SoW]$ni 
{m>perty line.~ Bayside Boeoi^. 

V. Appli<»tkm <rf Almond 
Realty Corp., Arrow Reaky 
Corp.^ Faknick Realty Corp., 
Oldpn |biky Corp. & Octavius 
Reaky Corp. by Qvwfn afid Guy, 
Atton^ys, lor a change of zon- 
ing fiota Res'Ktetp Snburban 
i^trk^ 4 (R-S 4) to Lhnked 
Glacial District 3 (C-L 3) 
of certain propetty ftooting 450 
feet on thie Nalh side of J<H»n 
Jay Uuie. l^v^ a dqkb of 
100 fe^ akmg the ^ft skk of 
Constt^Akm Driv*, « ,depth 6f 
100 fe<^ akmg thd W«t skle of 
Sc)iuyl^ Roi^ and a width of 
450 f#t akmg tbe Nortbcti 



55 acres for sewerage lago<»s 
(future hikes) and recreotwiMl 
area. Containmg 153.9 acres, 
nats are availabls in die Plan- 
nkig Commission office. Princes 
Aime Bt>nHigh. 

X. Application of F. Donald 
Rekl and Hassel Perrell by Rob- 
ert B. Cromwell Jr., Attome;^^ 
for a change of zon4ng from Resi- 
deiKe Chiptex Dbtrict 1 (R^D 1) 
to Mukipje-Family Residence 




laoies B. Bo^ and Dr. Leon 

A. Ledk for -a Use Permit to 



iogtss and efteft $^- Bayskie I operas a vetraio^mn cliQ^ ^ 



erty designated as Site B, Oc(mee 
Park. Frwiting 95.06 feet on the 
Western sn4 of Oconee AvcniK 
(cul-de-sac), fwving a depfli of 
480 feet zloag die Nortbati 
p^perty line, a width of 316 
feet along the Western property 
Hne (Lcmdcm Bridge Creek), and 
a depth of 674 feet akmg die 
Southern property line. Lynn- 
haven Bqrpugh. 

XI. Applicatbn of Virginia 
B«Kh Industrial Devek)pme»t 
Authority by L. D. Curtis, Di- 
TecttM*, for a change <rf zoning 
from ResideiKX Subiirban Dis- 
tinct 3 tR-S 3) to General In- 
du^ial District 3 (M-I 3) ai 
certain property located on the 
South side of Southern Boule- 
^^rd, be^^nnmg at the Western 
side <>f London Bridge Creek 
and extendmg atong Southern 
Boulevard 1379.83 feet to die 
Eastern property lin^ of piv^ierty 
Qow or formerly Halne Oki; 
running around said property a 
omibined distance of 679.78 
feet to &>uthem Boulevard md 
extending Westwirdly along 
Soutiiern Boulevard 324.80 fe^, 
iravuig a depdi of 578.27 fed 
along tbe Western |noperty \u^ 
and a width of 1736.99 feet 
akmg the Soudiern pn^ierty line 
Oaroposcd Virginia Be!u:b Toll 
Roacl^d prbpe^y of Virginia 
G. Barrett). Said propeHy 
bounded on the East by Lon- 
dcMi Brkige Cre^k. C(M)tainiii^ 
24.891 acres. Lyniibaven Bor- 
ou^. <- 

XII. i^pplica^on of Ttxac^ 
Inc. l)y A. B. Siploff fw a \JA 
P«rait to constriict a 6* x 36* 
si^ 40 feet m height c» certain 
propoty owned by Texaco Inc., 
located cm the East side of Pfaza 
T^pi, a <|istaffi^ of 3Q0 feet 
N^Mth of Daytooe Drive. Lynn- 
ba^^i Sorou^. 

XIH. AppUc^n of Mobil 
Oil Company by W. C Milier 



fcM- a Use Permit to contruct a 

Oircomi»By, ll^sfed U the 
NortJipart oorp^ ;of Virgiaa 
B^kSi BoulevaA and • North 
rtaai TraQ. Lym^vw Boipugh. 

XIV. hpOMMm of Texaco 
foctv A.B. &ff for«0iic 
Pfeonk to oonatMioi « 6' x 36' 
sign 40 feet ki bej^ <» ocrtaia 
property owned by Tex«:Q he., 
tofkcd at d|c Kortbewt inter- 
section of Spvtb RtMempnt Road 
and Raintree Roa^i. Ly^aven 
Borough. 

XV. AroliCatkm of Puw 0U 
Company ei|DI|ll9a W. Mani^ 
for a chai^ of loning iroyi 
Mukiplc-Fartily R^idence Dii- 
trict (R-M) to General Com- 
merckl D^rict 1 (C-G 1) «^ 
a Use Perrok for an automobile 
servke station on certain j^opcr- 
tjr fronting 433.84 feet on die 
East «lde of Plaza Trail, having 
a dept^i of 296.04 feet atpof dw 
Scwdiem property line (Cc«tin- 
ental §treet), a widtb'of 482.18 
fc€< atong the Ea^em property 
line and a widtfi of 291.17 f^ 
akmg the Northern proper^ line 
(Eteytona DriVe). Lyni*aven 
Boroughs 

Cokmial Conbi^afQ)!%c for 
a d»nge qf ronl^ f^ ReM- 
dence Suburban tNstriot 2 
(R-S 2) to Residence SubiMban 
District 3 (R-Sf 3) of^certam 
property beginning <t • pokit 
200 feet more or leas Bait of 
BwlUo Drive, 475 feet more or 
len North of.Wrfftotre f^md. 
Having a widdi of 293 fe^ moie 
or less along the Western proper- 
ty Hne, a d^ of 3j83 feet oaore 
or less akmg die Norths prop- 
erty Ikie, « wkllb of 345 feet 
more or less afoi^ the Eastern 
property line, ^N a deptb of 
382 feet akng the Soutfiem 
property Hne. Lynnliav«o Bor- 
oufh. 

XVII. Applteatkm of D. E. 
Bonney fdr a change of K>ning 
from Limked Ccwiinercial Dis- 
trict 1 (C-L 1) to General Com- 
mercial District 1 (C-G 1) and 
a Use Permit for «n ai^»DObt)e 
service station on certam prop- 
erty located at tbe Northeast in- 
terso^ion ci Indbn Rjver Road 
and Princess Anne Rood. Front- 
mg 150 feet on Mdoia Rivet 
Road, havkig a width of 150 feet 
on Princess Anne Road, a dtpdl 
of 150 feet akmg the NOTdidn 
property Vm . apd a widA qf 
150 feet akmj; tbe Gastenf ptpp- 
fctty Ime. Pnnc^s Anne Bor- 
ourii. 

XVIII. Applk:atkm cf T A K 
ConstructiOT <::o. Inc. by paniel 
H. Templeton fot a change of 
zoning from Limkwi pwnmercial 
District 2 (C-L 2) to Mukiple- 
FamiJy Ri^idence District flpl-M) 
a Use Pernlk to erect 36 optrt- 
ment units and a Use P^nut to 
operate a sewage treatment jHibt 
on certain property fronting 354 
feet more or less on tbe Wtest 
side of Oceana Boulevard, be- 
gmning at a pojot 1 38 feet more 
or less Soulfe pf Harpers Rpud. 
Having a depth of 171 feet more 
or less along die Nprdieai ptop- 
erty Ime, a wi(Mb <rf 230 feet 
more or less along the Western 
property line and a depdi of 318 
feet more or ks» afong die 
Soi^em property Mne. Prmoess 
Anne Boip^. 

XIX. Apolication ofSGet 
W. Halstead Jr. for a dta^ ^ 
nmmg from Agricultucri^Dfs- 
trirt (AjR) to G^ieral 0»lme^ 
cial District 1 (C<3 1), Luntted 
Commercial District 1 '(C4. 1) 
and Moldple-Family Reskieiice 
District (R-M). 

■ To be CjL 1: Property focated 
at 4he Northeast intersootiqh of 
Oceana . Boulevard wid Dam 
Neck Road, fronting 600 feet 
more, or less on Oceana Boule- 
vard, bavmg a depth of 335 foet 
more or less on Dam Ne^ %^ 
Having a width of 700 feet MMg 
die Eastern property line and a 
depdi of 320, feet along the 
Northern brope^ loe. 

To be C-L 1: woperty front- 
mg 400 feet more <» lesa en the 
Nordi si<fe (rf Dam Neck ^qed, 
beginning at a point 335 feet 
more or ku East of Oc^uia 
Boulevard, bavmg a depdi of HoO 
feet more or less ak»g die East- 
ern and Western property lines 
and a widdi of '^ ftk more 
or less akmg the NtMthem |^op- 
erty nue. " 

To be C-G 1: Proppty Ip- 
oated at the Southeast interseC'' 
tion of 0(^ajta Boulevard and 
Dam Neck Road, frontwg m 
feet more or less on Ocearia 
Bofikvard, bavmg a depdi of 3 10 
^t more or less along Dam 
Neck Road, a dpiih KAflSi^ 
m&» ot less akmg Oii Dam 
Neck Road, a wkMi of 23S 
f^ t^cf^ 0( less <alcM^ tbe East- 
ern property U^. 

To b< R-M: Certain property 
iTM^ 251^ foM nore «r 4osi 
oo tl« Nortfe side o( Dam 3»fecfe 
iRoad, bepoQiog irt a posit 735 



MtM. 



w 




loot &uk <^ Oefeaoi Bpdl^vaid, 
%vl^ a dM of 1D6I feet 
af^^ Wmem prqpertt Hne, 
^ fi^ pf 24«< foot mofo or leu 
akxtt tfie Nordi^m pic^ierty 
Une V|d * depdi of 174af' more 
or !«■ <(Mgae W^teoi proper- 
ty Imi. (^ntaining 8(7 acres, 
aiors Of IcM. i^cmcoit Anne 
dorot^. 

XX. ApfrifettkMi of Louis R. 
Fine 9or a <4nnM of toning 
from Rnidoidc SulMuban Dis- 
tri<^ 3 (R-S S) to General Corn- 
mere^ Diffrjct 3 (C-0 i) of 
Lots 6-14, Bkxk 9, Lots 5-19, 
Btoek 1 and Lots 1-5, Block 2. 
^ of Bean Gard^. Lots 6-14 
Block 9 froiMing 450 feet oo die 
Woat skfe of Barberton 
Drive, beginnmg at a point 298 
foot Soulb of Laskin Road, ex- 
^nding ki depth akmg the 
Noo^em and Soudi^n property 
lln^ 150 ftet, and afoag die 
Weitem property Ikie 451} feet 
Lots 5-19,Btock 1, frootng 7(X) 
feet afong the E«st»n s^ of 
^a^bwton Drive, b<^kinb^ at 
a point 169 feet South of Uokm 
Road, extnidiag in depdi afoog 
the Nc»1bem l^operty liiie 250 
feet, extaodkig p depdi 250 feet 
tkmg Alt Soi^m ^wpctty Use 
0eaii Avenue). Hav^ a oom- 
buied wkMi of 884 feet akmg 
die Esalera proper^ Hne. Lots 
1-5, Bfock 2 fronting 150 feet 
on dw Eastern side of Barber- 
ton thive, estendiog in depth 
250 feet «lottg die Northern 
property line (Bean Ainmue), 
extradins n deMh 250 feet 
along die' Sotmem property 
(Soirai Barboton Drive); having 
a wkkb of 150 feet doiig tbe 
Eastern property lue. Lynn- 
haven Borou^. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, 
€%aerit 

by: IkMrpnt M. Hood, 
Deputy Cky Qerk 

4-29-2T 




1 rOR IMMEOIATE AimOH 



r 



31 jylMMf-lMpilriNP 



We ipeciaUie m kkchen cabmets, 
\ifjfas improvements and any 
tmp (tf nop work. Call Fon- 
fVOM MUI Work at 3008 
South LyniMuven Road, 
341-5520 ^ 341-2682 even- 
i&ga. 

3-11-TFN 



NEW A|fl> REPAIR WORK 

bkig — Heating 

Electricil]— Air Condmonmg 

ANNBPLUMBmo 

AND ELI^HRtCAL 

SUPPLIERS, INC 

Pbone 426-2660 

n-5-tfti 



10 Appnaacs torvkfs 



VACUUM a£ANER8— Hoov^. 
SUM and awteo. Prompt af- 
flctent ropain. Piek up an4 

Miat. lot 



BbJtipil 9i»p- 



pMaOYMGNT 



SeH KNAFP SHOpS full or part 
tun». Earn $25 to $150 a 
week im b^ commissions 
and bqoiis. ^ady year-rouad 
bufkim. BquifmieDt furnished 
free. Wfitc to J. G. Clayton, 
Koipp Sboes, Qrocktcw, Mass. 

5-6^T 

Fint <^..^(0(4e. Good pay. 5 
tiny ^a^ but must work qa 
INMiday. Pr^era)>ly Vir^nia 
Beach resklent. Must ftave 
transpprtatkm. Alanton s^- 
tkw. A{mly in person. 1421 
tK^pd^tie Road. Call 428- 
8004 for appointment. 

4-g.3T 




COMMONWEALTH 

OFvpi^DqiA'' 

Oraril C8«< Ht Ihe^ of Vl^ 
in fte6fh iliy of 

r" 

or rUBLiPATlON 

CHESTER t. ^UflROW, 

Hamtiff . 
^tinst 
ESTIffiR ^f; BURROW, 

Pefeodai^t 

The object of diis suit is to 
obtaip a divorce a mensa et 
ttioro to be lat^ m^ed into a 
divorce a vuicuk) iiatrinKmii, 
from the said defenoant upon 
the grtmn^s of desortkm. 

Aid an 0B/^\t having been 
made ud fllbd thik the ddfend- 
i^t IS a noo-resklent of the State 
of^^irginia, the last kiiown post 
0^ wd^ea being: Route 7, 
Box 755, pessacola, Ftoiida, k 
a or^cd that she do af^ar 
here widiin ten (10) days alter 
due pttbtication hereof, and do 
a^at may be necessary to pro- 
^tee| hst interest \a diis suk. 

A «W — ^Teste: 

JC*tN V. FENTRESS, Qerk 
4565 Virgmia Beach Blvd., 
d^N and OUY p.q. 
Vkgliiia Beach, Vkguiia 
. 4-15-4T 



^^«dod— 3^«ai Unmediately for 
maoa^ Q^auiep progrun 
Muatlbe atbnttve aiki carwr 
minded. CaU 428-9142. 

tl-19-tfn 



ANNCXINCEMENTS 



— O"^ 



ikP Dttmmm tat^-^ will 
dfll^ y^vr eir (6 «r tram my 

ommSSi. 



MkJOOMOrm 



20 A wfowtflfci Par Sal* 

«!■ ■lit i i l l 1 11 ii> 



Must sell this week! 1964 Pmi- 
tiic. :^ plus 2. ExceHent con- 
dkMBu Bficniie extow. Priced 
to seU at $2500. CaU 428- 
072t, 

. •4-29-2T 

*62 Rambler ^tqo wagon. Ex- 
ceUem «i^k|bn and new 
tk». 6 «yUnd^ and stiai^ 

ip.c>Tr42pW * 

^ ■ * 4-29-2T 

» * II rl | i j I MH I m il riii 



31 fciiltJliir- ^'- - 'Ann 



It Hd^ Buikiar^-' 

Kipafas. 
Irofi 
Mp aid 3NN1 ki 

r fajUj^^^ IhHiMi, lac. 
4aM987 




a»PpRTUNlTYl 
WHERE THE ACnON ISf 
Due to cxpaosioo of our Vk- 
gkiif B^i^ l^ulevard office, 
we have openings for 5 people 
mtetested ki the fascmatmg 
ficid of selUi^ homes. Om 
Goodman-Segar-Hogan Resi- 
dential Sales Con. 341-3232. 
2-11-tfn 

^ Help Waniati^la or KnSk 



Salesmen or Saksjiladira — f*K) 
EX PER IENCE NECES- 
SARY. I can use 2 smoere 
trainees interested m a sound 
nles careor. (Not door to 
door.) My new mm earn 
$6000 to $10,000 die first 
year, (^portunity for raixd 
advimcenient to management 
poskfons. Must have car, but 
travel[ is (MHkmal. For later- 
view call Mr. Furrey, 
428-3396. V 

4-22rTFN 



MAN or WOMAN to supplv 
establkhed customers, wim 
nationally advertised products 
m city of North Virdnia 
Beach. No investment. Earn- 
ings $2.50 per hour and up 
possible. Full ^r part time, 
write WaUcms Products, Inc., 
D-9S, Wkiona, Mmn. 

6 4-5-4T 



43 Position Wantad— Famala 



Baby sittmg. Will keep m my 
home. Call 428-8418. 

4.29-2T 



44 M^en WantaJ^-Mato" 



Motel clerk experienced in all 
phases of motel operation in> 
eluding audk. Age 36. C:olie|e 
m-aduate. Native of Virgkua 
Beach. WiU Kcept sutbrno' 
po^<m. Now employed as 
ni^t pianager of motel m 
Richmond. Ret^y Vtrgmia 

.Beadi Son, Box No. 115. 

^ 4-22-3T 



ANNCXJNbMENTS 



UAL iSTATi 

St«t« l^£M iPr«Nlr«torir , 
0^7 m4 ET«]^iig CIsMM 
QaiMM iBftHMM Hf Pnwiic* 
Mil AtMnMjr sM A LiemwMl 
9m| ««^t« 9r9kmt. 

I*«M 0Utm l|Mr4 Exfot 

coimLETE cotqUiE. ... tat 

Wietdattr's tH^ Exppriettced 

^chqol 

NOffOllt*PonMMHlln 

K|(^l' MTATi SCHOOL 



fimnt MA 9^74 



f4 roainan Wantad Mala 



\1 year oM coergetk boy wishes 
summer empfoyment Call 
428-5350. 

4.29-tfn 



UfMfOQCWn 



yo P o n s C aff—Otfiar Pats 



Dm, fenmfe, pen ^pberd and 
Mradcn-. 10 mondis. Free to 
r)od home. CaU 4284553. 

5-6-tfti 



■.jziL^- 



fV 



9 pairs draperies, six with cor- 
nices, nine feet tong. Pbone 
340-8995. 

4.29-2T 



genuine Meerschaum pipes 
from Africara, Tyckey. GaM 
428-1240. 

5-6-lT 



CfoAes for jnlfr—koili, silks, 
cocktail di^iei. S^ma 
and sbcks. Reasmabl 
10. 12, 14. 1004 O^m Dr., 
428-7152. 

j±n 



9t HevsiMd Ckwds 



For sale now — new and re- 
built soia beds m a variety 
<^ colors and fabrics. Also 
sofas, fove seats, assorted 
cbaiis, tilUes, chests, boc^- 
«»es, dkteUes aiK| bedroobt 
fiimiture. Hi^p Utrfu^Nw^ 
ii^ Co., 1000 Virgwki ^acb 
Boulevard, l^ne 42843t7, 
(jail ui to upholster and r^ 
finidi your w<mhi, loited and 
marred fumituse. t^ree esti- 
nurte, i^tc-up and delivery. 
"We buy and seU used fund- 
tuft." 



Used Furalture and bouwhold 
applianct8.W 
Bazaai:. -22 
»fi9i» Qcetna. 
Open 9 to 9 



re ano noaKnoia 
ptna. 428-7088 



'WWmSnsfW 



1 10 Apartments Uiffumishfd 



APARtll£RtS>~Fulil£e4 or 
unfumish^. Yearly or sealO|- 
al. Coo^ Realty, 206 25ii 
Street, 428-1330. >Nigh& 428- 
6833. 

3-2 TFN 



Ml Apeifments PvitiMnHl^ 



16di Stireet— One bfock from 
Oceiki}. C^e and (wo bedroom 
apartments. 

24di Streetr-Ooe abd two bed- 
room apartQients. Yearly ren- 
tal. 

MA2-U86 or GA 8-2251 
M2-tfD 



Att^m's Court Motel Apart- 
ments, 206-19di Street. Efti- 
ctency apartmmia. AH utilities 
furnished. Also, 4-ro(Mn apartr 
nisnt and furnished rotmis. 
Bfock from' Bus Staticm. By 
week or mcmth. 



gENTAL RIAI PSa 



'Tr iliWiilia) 



111 



«*»?»• 



ApartiHi^ 



'«*» 



One and 2 bemmnn 
apartments. Year rompd. 
428-2724 v 428-^. 




Furm^ad on: be<k»«ND 

meM with kvkig-nNwi,'ktt- 

oliewtte, badi ai^ klt|e closet 

$60 per flwnth ibrii %t«nbair;: 

$40 par month Mmrf«K>ts0it,'; 

CaU 428-4960 or 428?f82%r, 

5-6-?r 



Virgkua Be«;h— 241 Middta^ 
Lme, Oceana. Meply ftu> 
nM^ c^n, studio »pt%| 
ihoH; nice M^botbooa^ 
Automata ok tMwTvater ». 
chided. Annual lease, Mo^ 
mondily. OiU 
2256. 

' 5- 




114fi AfMHtmwto *ihI ^ 



Wanted— boi^ or ai, 
to tmt or siB. Snmiaer 



111 Betf s ti P urolshed 

tmmmmmmttiminmt-^.,^^mmm^mmmt. 





One bedroom, livk« room, 

<BUe, ^kchimtlnd|»A. Y 

lease required, 19m , 

CkU 428-6051 or 42«.l 

■ 5-6^ 

Oceana — N^r \me$- F^ 
co^age. Service ^mh* 
vear----$65 mpndi. fw de 
m. Conv^eot to en 
3iD-8329. 



lit WantM te ftert 

Family of fcMir d^m to 
t^rf e hSkoom, fu 
bpii^«Mar Cbm Neck 
pieAilJ taKto 15 
1965. Wrto Lt, G. E. 
erd, USN, Rd. No. 1, 
MecbanicvtHe, New 

-vmJmUs* 

■ ' ■ 4-f 



REM . ESTATE ^i 




m- 



f^ sale. 1 b^rooita konae. Kfo* 
80^ oODstnnted. Arctic A*^ 

C|»e tat. Prfced J?r ^H|ll 
S.tlO,000. H d Nfe^ 
Broko-, Jarvis & Kkdi^k 
Pknnce fot* satisfi»tory^Mi|Q 
ddl 428-775^. *^^ 



W $ale W Ixchaate 



■M*.^ 



Lou 4n West F»hn Beaci mH 
Muum, cky water mi temb'- 
age. Owner wiB s^ or ^mm 
^ Vurgmia Beac^ pvopeam< 
CaU 428-0752. 

4-29-tfti 






New and modem, one and two 
bedroom apartments. Low 
yearlv rentals, also weekly and 
monthly rentals. Call 
428-6713. 

3-ll.TPN 




2 Bedroom furnished apartment 
Convenient locatkm. Immed- 
iate oo^ipaacy. Yearly rental 
CaU 428-3680. 

^$-tfn 



2 bedroom apartnteot. 6 blocks 
from ocean. Convenient to 
Oceana. CaU weekdays 625- 
8462 between 10 a.m. and 5 
p.m. After 6 p.m. 587-4776. 
J 4>^ tfa 

MHlCHANDISr 



AA Y«ir 1^ miisiciaii Abeifl 

TRIYMHI'S 

OUILD QimCIAN 
Strving Vinpinif l*a$ii 

ISS* LmUii itM4 Vbvlai* 4w 
B«rMr4 H. McN»iMf«; lON^; 
QAr4mm B-4»» 



BAY ISLVND 

Tidewater's Finest AO 
Wate^^ CcMmapd^ 
Um lOR SAUE 

BAY ISLAND 

RBAL ^TAIf CaiX 



pSTWcmNs 



HAiH3INS 
OF 




312- 35th araet 
BtKh 



f=INANCM 4 



aNOMbi-^Aqi 

ANY AMoufrr-f AS? mmim 
ANCHOR REAITV 
CA 8-7411 ANYTiA^ 



kJU 



NMfc. 



ftJSINESS 



Mi 



Wt' i ^ 



ftapalrt 







mmm 



_ yiftdlNlA BtACH SUN, thu^^day, May 6, 1965 



/W (^j^ Enq>laytes Wm Srfe Drivitig Awards 




1^.^^^^ '. ^#!T .4!* »»••- ''f^"**^ ••'•*y •w*rd. f.r tli«ir driring .bility. From 
SStoT fiSriX^ 4L^ ri,kf-r..,) G^r«. J. McCidlou.h. J. E. Jen... Fr.nk Jolliffe. 

f r^ .f* UalMrd Elli^ Jr., lUl,^ E. ^^Wt. F«li« A. R.ad»r. ..d R.dn.y G. WillUm.. 




^ C. K. ^tiwrds, Mf.«r •WNTfcwi^ pHMMt* cwmrda to tftw 
^ *^^*-^-t) Aft^ V^WMiiw OK»,r F. IMU.. S....1 
^ M Ih* ifMT M« LmhupI a. Mt^ ll«b«rt L. Aa*B. ud L«tk«r 



.^wnai t 





4-H Activiti« 
and Events 

c.nuNciSLAy 



Mt would iitnect Ins work mmif sKitpcn his tools." 

Hello fott^! One of the h^mkyi to learn of the benefits of 
jjeprogram i«to h^r »bout it frtmi those young people who have 
Wen hi iIk ptMOIlK'Tbilaor, I ^ hapRy to jM-esent Johnny Moul- 
t*B. Ptt#iem?of the Co«rthou«e ^fciiior 4*^ Club, and a Club 
-''^"'^^ for *i^ years, to tell yofci of His experiences in the 4-H 
- •*' ' .. 

JjVell, since Kbavtralrtady been introduced, I would like to 
-~^'* ' .teft you 'about my 4-H work, at present, and a 

little of my past, work. At present, I have a Heifer 
wl)ich I've had siuce Sepianber. I will show my 
hpifer at die Pieiapeake and Virginia Beach 
Pure Bred Heifer Show on May &h. This show 
is heW evtry j%af in May. 

I tm a^io enrglled in oth^r 4-H |M-ojects. At 
presetH, I ri» taking Entomolc^, Crops, Wildj, 
life, Jutwjf L^der^p, Smd an Angus breeding 
project. Ttmvt are many other things in 4-H 
besides thes« projects. TTiere are many contests 
and other projects wdiich I have been in and 
taken. 

i am preparini; now fa- a contest which is called Livestock 
JMpOf- I will, alonfe with thnrt Others from Virginia Beach. 
pttOgc sheep, cfltle and hogs. On May 22, we will compete with 
about fiffMii other counties from Southwest Virginia to see who 
is the beif judging- team and to MSe who will repr^eit our District 
at tlte State Coaterti 

The 5Uate Contest will be held the last ^ week of June ^ 
Rlacksbutig, Va. Our team irom Virginia BcacH hopes to win this 
:itest. 

During die wmiwer* I will attend 4-H Junior and Senior 
Camps at Camp Farrar at Virginia Beach. At tl« Junior Camp. 
T li.»^ ♦« be a Junior Icadw and help with the Can^. 

......^ I have WtM ia 4-H, which has b«n six years, I have 

wducted many p'^ects and have been in many contests. I liave 
any awards and some money from these projects and con- 
.„„. s\'hen I first MarttNi in 4-H, 1 was in die PuWie Speaking 
Contest and have been ill it each year since. 

jve been to a Stote ajntirt once and it is a 1^ of fun. We 
•ek at VPI, trlwrc all Stete contests are held. 

1 idiu 4-H, I haw learned many things and had much ex- 
fHf f.i leadership. I l»pe to hwke the best better for 4-H." 

COMING EVENTS 

Uiefflpeake-Vft. Beach 4-H Steer Show & Sale, 
rim^ Military Highway, Chesaj^alw, 10:00 a.m. 

Dittrict Judging Cwrtest, Petersbuig, Va. 

- Haw« H^ghtt 4-H M%. — 7 p.m. — ■ Debbie 

a^r Rec(^itbn Baaquet, Norfolk Chamber of 



Smi PisM tiatioB driver* pictnrad 
C. Albright, mad Edward*. Stand- 
Caughorn. 
(Pheto by Pad rich) 

I STUDENT TENSION 

VmcrNlA BEACH — Mrs. 
T. M. Tlrataoher of "Child and 
Family Service" recently spoke 
to die Virginia Hig^ School Par- 
ents Le^ue about "Tensions of 
Ac Hi^ Sdwol Student". 

Sie emphasized idie imp(M-- 
tance <rf praise rather than criti- 
cism of the child, and the im- 
portance of • welfare worker or 
counsellor that can he more de- 
tached and objective than a par- 
ent can be. 

Cta May 11, Mr. Gordon 
Turner, chief probatt(m officer, 
will ^eak and election <rf crffi- 
c«rs will be held. This will be the 
final meeting of 4he year aiul all 
parents arc urged <to attend. 



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Council Acts 
On Surfing, 
Apartnent Units 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Cky Council has approved four re- 
zoning apphcatiow tfatf wHl pave the way for constniotion of 
nearly 3,uuO apartment unks in various sections ef the city, 
.k K i"*^'' ?**? ''■*. «*'"ied dw wrfing ar«a »t the south end of 
D u /!I^ ^^^"^ *' ""^^ *« direction of the Department of 
rarks and Recreation. ^*-^ 

ihe city will provide an adiHt 
supervisor for the surfers during i known if *e city wUI purchase 



TELEPHONCGA 8-2401 VltK?iNIA.^AQ4, VIRGINIA, THU RS DAY, AAAY 13,) 1965 2 SECTION S 1 4 PAGES 



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the summer months atKi officials 
have indicate flw a ad;ofl|l 
supervisor may be added at a 
later date. 

A pl-opos«l surfing area with- 
in the confines of Fort %\qxs fell 
through when military officials 
said <hat the area woirid be 
needed for ami^ibious training. 

The new surfing area will 
«art at 1st &rMt and extend to 
4tti Street. It will be <^n to 
surfing aft« Memorial I^y. 

The apartment projects ap- 
j^ved ^ council inctucted a 
70O-unit development by the 
Geo^etown Dcvdopment Corp. 
•n 30 acres near thu proposed 
Wesleyan Orflege site; , a lai^ 
otmipkx in I^i^ok^ Manor by 
%juio Md Armon Olivieri, 
Ftederick Nap<»litano aiKi H(»- 
awt C»tota-, ^arly 1000 uirtte 
by WiteiMw:k Manor ^0evriop- 
»^ Corp. at ^ intets^llon of 
t^tt Lvnnhaven mtt 




Geoife W. Ha^tedd at tfie in 
teNs^t<w of Ck^na Boulevard 
and Dam Neck Road. 

The Geoi^etown Development 
Cwp. received ks requM fw a 
rezoning of 75 acres but a use 
permk for constructkMi of die 
apartmoKi was limited to JO 
acres until a more atfequate 
drainage system could be worked 
out. ' 

Counctt a^^rov^ tfie Pem- 
broke MaiK>r construction but 
specifkd thai two to three acres 
must be s^ asKle for a lU)rary 
or fire station site. It is not 

iiAS OPEN HOUSE 

OCEANA — Opea Himm 
wilbeMd ilOccuHiNmni 
Air Stafltii ^ obacrrtw^ of 
Aiwed Fiii«M Day lainifaj. 
GalH wiM be open to aH !•• 
teripted GifMiw ftm 12 
m«R to 4 1^ 

iNaplaya «f Ac U3. Nsvy'ji 
biMt ^ i^mft 1^ be on 
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the land or if k will b< donated 
by the developers. 

It was also specified tfiat the 
Wkchduck project must provide 
Miequate parking space and a 
school site. 

A use permk application for 
a asrvice station in Princess 
Anne Piaza drew some (wposi- 
tkm from a nearby church and 
the Plaza Civic League. 
' Q^ox^ Markhan, speakii^ 
for flie Waza Meftodist Oiuich, 
said that the diunrh' located 
acrOM Plaza Trail from the sta- 
tkm S|ite, had paid $48,000 for 
its property, ocMistructed a 
$60,000 buHding and paid 
over $17,000 for a parson- 
age ^h the understanding 
that the jHt>perty in questkMi 
would be iMcd 4iir an apartment 
buUdis|. 

Jmies Gtbbs displayed a 
^Oa O^ U^pp^^ ^irnrt^^ 
•api flMMF^HWiec sncioaa "fcHflft 
eiAier been buMt or ave sphed- 
Btod to lie buflt wkhin the dc- 
vetopment and that there are }6 
stations within a 1-mile radios 
of the IHaza. 

He sakl diat rezoning ap^- 
cati(ms«^or stations are cutti^ 
deq> into residential distii^ 
and tliM " pa^ incklents oC re- 
zoning ha^e indkated to Vk- 
ginia Beach residents that they 
nant take an «^ive part" in 
cu!biagt!MMe applk»tiOtts. 

Council deferred lurtkni on 
the af^ication and Lynnhavcn 
Councilman James Darden asked 
diat other eouncUmen go wtlh 
him to see t)tt {MK^jerty befoie 
Bukti^ a dedsira. 

Thm signlboftrd applKtkMis 
were denied because they did iwt 
oonifrfy wkh ^ ^ky'i 30-foot 
iKi^t llmkatkm. 

The" Acredale Nursery was 
penmtUid to conatruott a buHd- 
mg hut die sale of gtir^n items 
but a dum^ of zoning was de- 
nied. 

A hi^ pou^of Eureka Part 
reskiaits were on haml to view 
plans <rf a proposed industrial 
develc^mient m^^aesA to their 
pr(^>ei)ty 4nit v<^ced no open 
o^xMkkm. Council apfs-oved 
the appH(»ti<m. ^ 



TEEN-A6E 

DRieewG 

PROPOSES 

CREEDS — Plans are in the 
makii^i for a Saturday schedule 
of dr^ racing \<x hi^ school 
students designed to teach teen- 
agers maint»nnce of their civs 
as wdl as die rules and regula- 
tkms of radi^. 

lite V^inia Beach Dragway 
at Creetk Ins tvoposed tiie idea 
and is e xposled to |»-esent frians 
to school administrators' in the 
near future. 

A spokesman for the drag 
strip said officios hope that high 
school shop instructors m^tt 
be obtained as authorized adult 
supervisors for the races and to 
MMidi^ clinics during the w^k 
on air maintenance and care. 

It Is hoped that the ^limcs 
mi^ be held in school. shops 
but if ^this proves impractical ar- 
rangenientj mi^t be made with 
iocsu garage owners, Ae spokes- 
man said. 

TTw oiriy cost to the students 
woukS be a>r$l entry fee which 
would go to j^y the teichers 
and (^rate the track. Trophies 
would he provided Vox wmners 
in the various classifications. 

Before each race, the care 
wDuki undo'go safety checks, to 
see 'ttiat seM b^ were prop^y 
in^Hed, the tires wwe sound, 
and verify other safety points. 

Within, two w«dii Ae .drag 
strip |>bbs to have 
jrtMed io th^ % 
mighC raiQe tai 

lie^iitepreiCMly 
rac^ tne s^t 
^A^trtea ind 
up hy the An^rkmo HcM»d As- 
s<y;iati(»r ;»oukl be siricdy en- 
forced and clalse^ in these speci- 
ficitioiit wflMW be held |o/ the 
teenagers ^ach Saturday morn- 
ing prior to the ra(%s. 

1^ j^ wouM (^n at 10 
a'.m., the trials would be held 
between 12:10 and 3 p.m. and 
the diminations would start tf 
3:3^p.ai.;' 

flara^'Mormation may be 
obumwd Itom Jack Moore at 
464-6406 before 10 a.m 



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LAHY ELKS TO INSTALL 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mrs. 

William Cames will be installed 
as {Hesident of the Ladies 
AuxiKary to the benevolent and 
protective ord«- <rf Elks number 
2268 at ceremonies opening the 
annuiri President's Ball at the 
Elks Lodge, 1805 Atlantic Ave., 
on Saturday at 8:00 p.m. 

Mrs. David Rogers is out- 
going president. 



In^Ftssive Representatives Of City 




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VIRGINIA^ BEACH— More 
^laa 1,800 Lions wd 4heir 
Lae^ Me expect^ to aiMii 
■w^wsw" AMiuM '^Mivewtteji ^ 

^of U. 
om GMtw, 'kQ be hdd at VtfginM 
Bea<A May 20-22. 

The Cavriier will be the head- 
quarters and the Akn B. Rep- 
aid Coavemitti C^t«- wiH be 
tite localkNi Ux jMMt busii^u 
me^l^. 

Viifiiifci BetK;h is hmf to 
nttny hundred ccmventicMis tan^ 
year and wHI w^l <wjt the red 
caroet for the Virginia Lions 
and their families. Tlw Hotel 
Associ^i<» has promised first 
rate rocnns for aH those attend- 
ing die convention. 

On the lighter side of tfie pro- 
gram there will be a golf match, 
a bus trip across the new Qiesa- 
peake Bay Bridge-Tunnd to 
Cape Oiarles. Pree transporta- 
tion will be furnished from tfie 
cMegate's {or guMts) hotel to 
the Convention Center and to 
the Cavalier. Many activities are 



^MQed Ux die todies Otiier than 
iWHuittt^l ^^u siin*v^Hn^g. 

fhe Ulcers, committeemen 
Mid the entire membc 
the Vb^nia* Beach 
0«b are hard at w^k to make 
this (invention one of the most 
memorable and enjoyaW-; meet- 
ings oi its kind ever held fc^ 
the Virginia Lions. 

Dr. Eufene S. Bri^, of 
BiW, pklal^ma. Past President 
of tkw btenn^OTal, will be 
gueA ci honor and priiM;ipal 
speaker at ^ conventK>n. 



MT SNOW 
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SALES TAX 

BRIEFINGS 
SCHEDULES 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Vir- 
ginia Beach merchants wiJ have 
an opportunity to get a final 
briefing on the cky's two per 
cent retail sales tax, which goes 
into effect June 1, at two public 
me^ings schedul^ by city of- 
ficials. 

The meetings will be con- 
ductnl by the Commissioner of 
Revenue's office and the City At- 
twney's office wid will be set 
up so that questions on the tax 
may be answered. 

ihe first meeting wHl be hdd 
next Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. a the 
Alan B. Shepard Cjvic Center 
on Pacifk Avenue and 20di 
Street. . . .< 

The final oiKth^ is bedded 
for May 25 at 7:30 p.m. at Prin- 
cess Anne High School on Vir- 
ginia Beach Bm^^ftd nem- 
Thalia. " „^_^^ . 

The city mailed out ovw 
2,500 tdx lorms Ais week so 
that merchants might have an 
opportunity to ^uay them be- 
fore the puUic me^in^. 
^. 

NEW BA¥SIDE PRECWCT 

BAYSIDE — City Gounkl 
Monday approved on firet raid- 
ing an orduian<x establishing a 
third ^^)tfiu pbieterlii Jl^de 
veredi^^^ fifty's aidit fi^^^y 
popHiM ItliiRgh. 

Location of the borougft'i 
three i>recincts are Thoroup- 
good Elementary ScIkkH, 1^. \\\ 
SheHon IHirk Elementary School, | 
No. 2; and Bayside Elementary 
S<*ool, No. 3. 

The boundaries of the diree 
precincts are dialled in the 
legal adveriiKments <A tO(lfiy's 
Vii'ginia Beach Sun. 




ARMED FORD 
DAY PARADE 



10 AM. SAT. 



VIRGINIA BEACH — About 116 units wiN ^sm ^m *m 
the 2-hour Armed Fmces Day I^ade alo^ Atlantic Aviaitte At* 
urday in »Mnpetiti<Hi for six trophys in thrM (M^mei. 

The judges stand will be located at 29th Street aatf Atfantic 
Avenue.' Compsti^ion ' wW be "" -■ . - — 




for firtt and second phice in 
both military and civHian floats 
and first places for bands and 
marching units. 

There wiU also be a first place 
trophy for window displays. 

Parade Marshal E. B. Bayne 
said that die ^rade would in- 
clude the variety of II high 
school and military Nmte, one 
drum and bugle corps, aimu^cal 
"Showboat" lloa* and 10' other 
floats, fire and rescue units, 135 
Campfire Girh, 180 Boy Scoi^, 
plus various marchii^ units and 
dea>rat^ cars. 




Lt. Obb. James Phillips B«k- 
cley, USMC, is military parade 
marshal. 

The floate wHI be entered by 
Army, Marine,, Navy and Air 
Farce RecruWng olfic«, Oaft- 
fAiUant, I^vls S^gma-^ike^ 

Air Station. , ,;; ^ . , 

tbt Vii!^a Beadi Jik^ 
Chamber of Commei^ has iltoo 
indiosted ks estty wi^ be a 
float, &iyne sakl. 

The jMnde imtl siMt at lOdi 
^teet, j fw o cee d nordi ata^ At- 
lantic A^ttc and break u» at 
3l9t Street ai^ Attantfc. ntli« 
^^ing uohs wUl ^mt i^o)^ 
Hag at 8 a^ni. j^^ Pactfic 



Avenue. The i»nKfe « 
uled to ^rt m 10 a.aiL' 

Siortly ^er thr 
about 200 digQkaries aiKi iw^tad 
guests wH latti^ a lun^^w M 
tl» Am«'icaoa Mottw ilU||B. 
The Ittiichcon and pfenle im 
be sponsored 1^ ^ 
Beach Dian^r t)# 
and the City of V^gtt|ii 

Guest speaker Idir W^ 
eon wiM be 
ol the Mavy V'ymf 

1%is wtH be Mr 
that Ae Chamber dt^ 
anja^otVBgWa 
^onaored Ae Am. . . 
Div Parade and hMkA^ttr 

Severe! mi 
wiAin ^ c^ «tt 
open hodf^Mpi^ 
d^ in ot il rw i Bw *^ A^iW^ 






LOWENTflAL 
DESPBUCER 

VIRCUNIA BEACH — H. 
Joseph Loweiithal, Jr., Manag- 
ing Editor of ^e Virginia Beadi 
Sun, was the guect speaker at 
the annual Employee-Emi^yer 
Appreciation BaMuet, held rc- 
.cently at the Black Ai^s Res- 
taurant in Viiginia Beach, spon- 
sored by the Distributive Edu- 
cation .Ottb of Princess Anife 
High School. 

Mr. Lowendial's to^ was 
"Opportunities Unlimited"^— the 
opportunities in the growing city 
<rf Virginia Beach and the op- 
portunities in the area for ofe 
students, both now and in the 
future. He also discussed the oo- 
portunity for employers to ob- 
tain trained' f^rsonnel throu^ 
the local high school DE pro- 
grams. 

M. P. trickier, Assi^ant Su- 
perintHident of Virginia Beach 
Schools and Harold Eissnbeig, 
owner of Valu-Fair SuiMsmar- 
kets, welcoflad the employers 
who attended the banquet widi 
their respective DE student em- 
ployee 

The Virginia Beadi Distribu- 
tive Ed{K»tic» Pn^am luts 
^wn to over 200 students who 
attend the various high schools 
in the city, and who work during 
^e aftenKxms and evenings at 
retail stores, as part of^dieir 
school work. 



VIRGINIA BEACH — H 
the early rerturn of apj^irations 
is any indication, 0e 1965 Vir- 
^M Be»ch Boardwalk Art 
Show promkes to top all fH-e- 
vioiH shows. 

Mrs. Gordon Atwill, entry 
chairman for the ^x}nsoring Vir- 
ginia Beach Art Association, 
Mid* that replies on the applica- 
tiwis are craning in three times 
lastN than ever before. 

Mra. Atwill sent out over 
2,500 entry forms about three 
weeks ago. 

Offkrials Relieve that one <rf 
dw reasons for the eariy response 
ir the association's "first come, 
first served" p^icy on placement 
of the art along the boardwalk. 

Dei^ine for getting the forms 
back to Mrs. Atwill at the May- 
flower Apartments is June 30. 

The show will be held this 
year Ju^ 15-19. 

TARGET PRACTICE 
FATAL 

VIRGINIA BEACH — A 

2 1 -year-old Norfolk man was 
yUkd Sunday when he jumped 
in front of a friend's gun during 
a target practice on Moore's 
Pond 'Ftoad njcar Etevis Comer. 

David Johns died in Norfolk 
General Hospital about 4 hours 
after the acadent occurred. 

The shot was fired by James 
MoCullough. 20, also of Nor- 
folk. Police said ^e two men, 
and «veral friends, were firing 
at targets nailed to a tree. Just 
as McCullough took aim and 
fired, Johns jumped up in front; 
<rf the gun. 

Investigftring Officer D^ec- 
tivb G. F. Robeiti said no 
chaiges v^re filed. 



Judge Prahes Stiwt 
In Saturday 4-H Sbaw 



CHESAPEAKE — TliHty- 
scven 4-H Olub members from 
Virginia Beach and Oiesapealte 
participated in the 1965 4-H 
Steer l^iow and Sale at Green- 
briar Farms, Saturctoy, May 8. 
The Show Judge, Dr. Calvih 
Drake, of the VPI Animal Sci- 
tnsx Department, said the steers 
were among the fm«t he has 
seen In the State. 

Vicki SpruWl, of Che«ipeake, 
showed the Grand QiamfHon, a 
900-poun4 Choice-plus i^i^us. 
The Reserve Champion' was 
sl^own by Faye Frost of Land 
PrcMnise Farm, Virginia Beach. 
Faye's steer was a 985-pound 
Prime Hereford. Vicki placed 
fir^ and Faye second in tfie Fit- 
ting and Showing Contest Both 
steers were purchased by the 
Club mender's sponsors. Ntor- 
man Periin, of Perlin Packmg 
Company paid 91c for the Show 
Champion and Belmont Wil- 
liams, of Southern St^es Nor- 
folk Coo[xrative Service, paid 
75c for the Reserve Champion. 

The average price paid for all 
steers was 33.9c a pound, and 
trophies . and ribbons were 
awarded to ail participaitts by 
Mayor William McPhearson erf 
Chesapeake, and Blackwater 
Councilman E^rl Tebauit, of 
Virginia Beach. 

The placings in th^ individual 
classes were as follows: 

Chesapeake AiHpu— 1. Vicki 
Spruill, 2. Gerald Silv^didil, 
3, Milton Quinn, 4. Lin wood 
Rawls, 5. Gloria Smith, 6. El- 
mer Walters Jr., 7. Baitara 
Cogliandro, 8. George Hilbcwn 
9. Allen Walker, 10. Bobby 
Phelps, .11. Jimmy Mi(%ett 

Vbgiaia Bcadi Ai«m~.l. 



Em^ Scofleld, Jr., 2. DonM 
Sailrley, 3. Suste Parker, 4;'ftiul 
Credanore, Jr., 5. BuMy Gard- 
ner, 6. David Sahnoas. 

Charles H«lriok, 2. Jimmy 
HotdKitf, 3. Forrest Lane, 4. Joe 
Smitti, 5. &Hiny Ci^lhuidro, 6. 
Ramly Fergu^n, 7. Dennis HH- 
bom, 8. Mary Cockran, 9. Chay- 
tor Midgett. 

VlifWa %mk Hei«fori»-> 
1. Faye Frost, 2. BoMwe Cums, 
3. Michael Ives, 4. Brenda Ives, 
5. Lec BHen ScoFwId, 6. SeVer- 
ley Frost,. 7. Jim Safmons, 8. 
•Robbie Jones, 9. ^^jtmnie Pec- 
sek, 10. Delores Gardner, IL 
Lee Carey. 



**e "' 

they 

for 1965-66. 

new otfioen 

the Bow Ct»e£ 

try Club on iune 12. 

The new ofBcna 
T. Buck, Jr., presidcin. *..t» 
Buraa, fi|a( Tue |>fwlrfifttt; 
Frank AdkkM, sr «( 

ident; Mar^ Pr 
tor; Viiieei^ Ht 
treasMnr: DtM^ 
rectcmt aiid laiae 
rector 

AotivKin i«M)Pf 
for A* n^ w&kv 
include ihe diM am 
Miss PageiMt, a s«(> 
gran^, scoood ^||ttual 
Kodeo, third aaflUAi IVmy 
League AH Star ganci^aiiA as- 
sistance in the totti wv^DAby 
program. '•- —. 




CHESAPEAKE BUaf' ~ 
CIVIC LEAfiOE 

BAYSID£--The Cl^^aJte 
Beach Civic Loigite i^^ a 
"Get Acquatatrt 1^» i** 
Tuesday ni^, ui #» **C*ib 
Room" of the OKsaMaite 9iBuek 
Volunteer Ftre D e tt i hrtrtftn t. 
Twenty-one Service Otpm^ik- 
tions in the Baj^ide area luive 
been invited to attendi ". - 



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WEDDINGS 




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Ml^ MICHAEL JOSEPH STANDIP^ 




¥tfOt— LANDING 

^g^lA BEACH — Urn 
H^BA tioBitaw^ Vaka became 
thck tekk of MidiMi Jose^ 
StndJni on May 8 at 11 
o'qhftk noon with ihe Nuptud 
MmJ^ celebnoed by tbe 
ibm^vi T. Gaafhan at tke 
W'of the Sea CaU^iUc Oiurch. 

MiTimua Joiia V«kos of 
121 LinUiorn-OdV^ and the late 
Mr.Vakot, and the hndnroom 
ii a ton of Mr. «Bd Mn. Inam 
Xqtai Standii^g of. 43> Cjood 
speed 



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ais wifh & 
tun ivy 



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Vak^ 

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d qecklios 

aMe train. 

^ kpd a 

. an4 4>c c^iried 

'31 pnahwiiopf 

ai^ Diiiua^ 



(3ok% I%oto) 

ater'i oiatrca oi boptx and riie 
wcM« a y^lkiw crepe dreas wM 
a lo^ ««fla, her hoKyMece iwn 
a ffSmd of dainot, aqd die 
caffMI ^^s wift Bakef fern. 
Mnt I%(ricia Val»Mi, anctiieT 
taifer (rf tte bridiPf irat maid of 
hoMJr, «id tlw l^d^maick \w^ 
Mias Hebeoca %iean ,<rf SoutiK 
BfHttm; Mrs. L^ Liskey, sis*^ 
ter of ^e Mde; Mrs. Joseph F 
Sellew; and Miss Jeanne Mar- 
lene J^vis. Anka Dra^s* was 
flower gW 

JiflKS .^0 S^asdiag, f^r 
of the laMegroovn, was the best 
mai). U^Aim^fQV Anthony Ol^^ 
nis Me" 



The'*f^c/-i .s ofk just "tak- 
ing" abouf World Peace. H is 
Mi^ K)niething to help bring 
it about. If you want to know 
what you c^n do telephone tfic 
YWCA offic3, or better yet, 
come in the office at 303 30th 
Street and qM«k with your staff 
director, hkt. Frost. 

•*¥" CALENDAR 

MoiMfaiy, Ma^ 17 

Swimr^ing, Cavdi^Hc^ Ax>i 

2:30- 8 p.no. 
Pastels an^ Water Colors "Y" 

Office 
Art, "Y" Otfice, 7:30 
Bridge, Betty Atkinson, 
p.m. 

TM«iay, May IS 
Judo, Virginia B^ch 

School Gym, 7 - 9 p.m 
Tennis, Viitinia Beach High 
School Tennis Courts, 10 
a.m. - 12:30 - 2:30 p.m. 
WciMBday, Mi^ 19 
Gqlf, Stumpy Lake Golf Course 
10 -11 a.m. 

TlHnday, May 20 
Chinese Brush Paihting, 
CWke, 10 - 12 nocm. 
<HI Painting, Rcitha Sedel, 
Office 12:30 - 2:30 p.m 
Fridajr, hby 21 
Sak S**ening. "Y" Office 
12 noon 



Jwmr'OMf Ih Sn^ 



p.m. 
7:30 



High 





UttBt Hall 



SHOPS FOR THE LA01ES AND THEIR DAUGHTERS 

Summer is now m full Moom at Rose HaU 
Widest Selection in eifrytMng. 



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Sc4p4ing, 
asd titty, 
g, all bro^rt 
and ^llaln 



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LYNNHAVEN COLONY GC 

LYNNHAVEN — The 
monthly meeting of the Lynn- 
haven Colony Garden Oub was 
held recently at the Azalea Gar- 
(tens. A bnef business meetir^ 
was held at 10:30 a.m., fdlowed 
by a piciaic hinch lex members 
and guests. 

Phins were made for *he an- 
nual lumrheon -to be held on 
May 26 stf whfch time the new 
officct^ to serve fw the coming 
year wiH be installed. They are 
Mrs. DeFowe^ Lttly, presidait; 
Mrs. B. I. Waters, first vice 
l^icteflt; Mrs. Geoige C&aAxm, 
second vice prraidenf; Mrs. C. 
D. Ralston, recording secretly; 
Mrs. Lemon D. Roller, as- 
respond^ secretary; Mrs. Earl 

'W. HaAien,- wmmnex-^ Mr& R» 
F, iPMerv *r., hiitfaflan; «id Mre.f^ 

I Werner C. Jt^itz, Utoriair^nd 
parHamentarian. 
The artistic design and hcMli- 




Si. J^b'« Baptist 

th« dir*eti»a «f MUs Ann Bnffiajton, 

Smnk Malb«B, Ali«« Paxton, llaby 

r«tt, G«U Paxton. Carria Lyna Mtera, 

Nan«]r Davb, Pamala Albart, Smaa 

Ann Bafflaft9B, and tka !•▼. Frank 

(Suff Pkoto bjr Raiehkalai) 



Mrs. F. A. Rataka, rirtW^t praaidant (laft) liaMa dia laTal to 
Mn. ll.^ E. JalbaH, JacMiriBt praahlbnt vf tka Tkalia PTA. ^ 

<Suff Pk«t« Int P^Arlek) 



rocnn; 
BanUi^ Misedia, Jr. Jft(Rei| 

*^?^ ^J^ ^"^ ' Jculture blue ribbon winners will 
The re(«pci» w» ^wm ntj ^^ 

<he Oipes BeatA and Cahtta 



THiLlA PTA INSTAUS 



trip, the coi|pte will live at V^ 
iHf M(^ Apu^ncD^. 




MR. AND JMBRS. Rl€»ARD WA|IBEN BARNES U 

was his wa't best man. 



HALL ~ BARNES 

NORFOLK — Miss Disie 
Lee H»H became tbe tekle of 
Richard Warren Barnes II on 
J6 in tbe Church of iesu$ 
vQav SuBts 

Orsy was the 

Rtthard 
Beach 




iEACH — The 
ledbn Club held 

. dn 4t|0iiiuefs^ 
i: -«Q the tour 



ndct, 
GH- 




nembets 



Mr. and Mrs. Hariey M. Hall, 
pareats <rf the Mde, gave a re- 
ception tc the imnwdiats fam- 
ilies M their honw on MaryteiMi 
AvcMH^, after which the couple 

Mr. Bamea is the ex.xutive 
assistant to tfie Catering Man- 
ager of the Golden Triangle Mo- 
tor Hotel ift Norfolk, and is a 
mndaon of the late Mr. and 
Mrs. H. C. Barnes of Roanoke, 
and Dr. and Mrs. B. W. Ar- 
nold, Jr. of Xynchbur|. ' 
. liJlF couple is living in Ncnr- 
folk. 

im»^m ^np *m ■ M^w— ■— ^— M.«» 

CHp^iU^EAICE — The Vir- 
^nia BMOli Bnuid), American 
Association of UoiversKy Wom- 
en, wiO hold its final prooram 
of the scientific year Wedqaday 
at 8 p.m. at the Cheunpake 
|Slai|«tttiuni, 2313 CpAi^ |U>ad. 
' * J^tt <* I priv8»^ fhmg by 
tne Punetanum personnel, but 
aH those )1ii4k> are sincerely ii^ 
^^tt^ mt invited to gMdii 



receive awards. 

"ne cliA also voted to plant 
red and white petunias at the 
gates to Lynnhav^ Col<my from 
Sh<»e Dnve . and Great Nedc 
iR^Sad as requeste4 hy the Vir- 
ginia Beadi Couhcil of Garden 
Clttbs. 



CAIDINAL 



GARD£N 



N CLUB 



i^IRGINIA BEACH — The 
Aiaifl mee^g of ^e Cardhial 
Garden Qub Jwas h the form of 
a tour mrbugh the WiHiams- 
bui^g area which included a 
^4Mt to Carter's Grove, a plan- 
tation named after iRobert (King) 
Carter, 'nie group also enjoyed 
seeing the Rolfe-Warren home 
ui Surry County. 

The May meeting will be 
held m the home of Mrs. Cecil 
Lam^isiter. 

"" PIANO REflTAL 

NORFOLK — The Clifford 
Heper Piano School wHl.[M-e- 
sent three stvdeot piano recitals 
on Sunday. ' ' 

The recitals will start at 2:00 
p.m. with ^dents from the class 
ol Card NoiHia; at 3:30 p.m., 
students from t^ class <A Wal- 
ter Noona wiA presentation of 
Gold Medalists from the 1965 
Biennial Piano Recording Com- 
petition and cas^ awards. 

At 5:00 p.m. students from 
the cla^s of Clifford Herzer with 
twenty-one Gold Medalists and 
cash award winners will play. 

The recitals are free and open 
to the public. 

LADIES ADX., VFW 

NORFOLK — The second 
Di^ict Convention of the Lad- 
ies Auxiliary to the Veterans pf 
Foreign Wan, DqiaKtment <rf 
V^ginia, will l?e, held «b Sun- 
day, at 2 p.m. in the Ocean Visw 
PcMt home, 1 1 1 A View Avenue, 
Norfdk. 

Mrs. Claude Dennis, depart- 
ment president, will make her 
official visit at this time, and 
Mrs. Gladys <Russell, district 
fuesidept, wiU preside over the 
meeting. 

jNomwattons and election of 
di&tticl dffleeft ^mll be held. 



THALIA — The Thalia 
PTA held ks annual instaHation 
meeting on Tuesday evenij^ at 
the Thalia Elementary sdiool. 

Mrs. Llewellyn Jalbert was 
imtalfed as president, aiu! se- 
l«:ted to serve with her were 
Mrs. Donald KiMstey, first vkx 
president; Mrs. Charles Tlrayer, 
Jr., second vice president; Mrs. 
OUffwd Bungard, r»;ording sec- 
retary; Mrs. Robert Woolridge, 
corresponding secretary; and 
Louis Mirman, treasurer. 'In- 
stalling officer was Mrs. James 
^argos, president erf the Vir- 
ginia Beach Council of Parent- 
Tochers Assodation. 

Entertainment was furni^ed 
by Uje combined elemerKary 
school trands under the direction 
of Charles Rice, bandmaster 
with the Virginia Beach school 
system. 

Refrwhments were served by 
the sixth grade m<^ers. Mrs. 
P. L. Chevalier, Jr. was m 
charge <rf decorating the re- 
freshment table which had jn 
arrai^ement erf spring flowers 
in a May Basket with rc»es and 
flowers furnished from the gar- 
dens of members of tihe Birch- 
wood Garden Club, 



H^TOMCAt SOCWTY 

OP MRNCiSS ANNl 

COUNfr 

Historic briefs about the area 
now known as Vkginia Beach. 

Upon a point of laiKi where 
Wol&»ite Creek and Lrtadon 
Brieve Creek meet t/o become 
^ Eastern Branch <rf Lynn- 
haven River siUmds a handsome 
two Afvied dwdUqg, its Etem- 
i^-bond brick sides covered by a 
steep-pitched gamlwel rcwf. Ite 
bua<fcr, John Pallet H, had 
beauty s» weH as durability in 
mind when, in 1750, te con- 
structed one <rf the grancte^ 
houses in Princess Anni Ctounty. 
pallet, wMe fatiier, John I, 
bpt^t :die property in '1714 
from Adam Keeliog, had a 
wharf nearby called Pallet's 
1.4mdidg. %ips from Ei^land 
docked there to load tobacco 
and tar and unl«rad supj^ies ^id 
luxuries for Princess Anne resi- 
dents. It was a busy trading post 
and, ho doubt, quite lucmtive 
as the ^wwier's planfetion home 
attesite. Today it etands wf^iiting 
under the brandjesof % mam- 
moth magnolia tree, waiting for 
a sympathetic restorer. It is be- 
ii^ used as an office by the 
Point O' Woods Develppraert 
Co. (Data d«Jrived Irom "A 
Country Woman's Scr^ Book" 
by Louisa Venable Kyle.) 



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THE CURLY LOOK 

The curly look is back mostly by masculine reqaeft. Ttoy've , 
always 1)een pushovers for irrepressible little curl pop-vps. V 
don't mean mere waves flipped sltphtly at the end or hits of 
fluff at the -back or bang, but lov«ly ringlety full-circle tark 

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TO SPONSOR 
JOB'S DAUGHTERS 

BAYSIDE — W. B. Meekins, 

Worshipful Mast«-, announces 
Itiat Bayside Lodge No. 218, 
AF & AM, will spons<K a B^bel 
of Job's Daughters. 

An wuanizational meeting 
will be Iwld on Sunday aftw- 
noon at 2:30 p.ip. in the Ma$(xiic 
Temple, 'Robbins ,Corner, Bay- 
si<k borough. 

Ml interested girls, agi» 12 
to 20^ who have Masonic af- 
filiation, ie, fadier, brother, ot 
uncle, who are Masons in good 
stemling, are cordially invited 
to »ttend the meeting. I^ents 
of the girls are also invited. 

Refreshments will be served. 

Elizabeth Taylor KevIHe, cs- 
cort«l by Bernard Francis 
Rivers, Jr., attended the Ring 
Dance recently held by the Qass 
of 1966 xA Virgima PolytoAnic 
Institute. 



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Mn. nUip Ru>so (left) mm* fuet» lytor, MUt Amm 0«U« 
P««blM, libber af til* Stat* Board of JUmM^m kt A* wmtmk 
■••thit •! tW D«HMcr«tM! WMiai'a Clnb ef Vtrci^i* li^ M iIm 
C«p— t« VlrgtaU Bmm^ (tipp* PhMa) 

P. A. CMtDEN CLUB WINS 
deUtCY GRAY MEDAL 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Princess Anne Garden Oub ti^ 
been mmed m the first recip- 
ient of the d^acy Gray Me- 
morial Medal which v/ts pre- 
sented M die Annual Dinner of 
the Garcten Oub of Virgiini 
in Staunton on May 5. 

The dd-acy Gray Memorial 
Med3l was estabiiirtied in 1%4 
by the Dolly Madison Garden 
Club of Orange in memory of 
Garden Club of Vi^inia past 
president, Mrs.' Leslie H. Gray, 
h is awarded to an individual 
membn- or an individu»l club 
of the Garden Chib of Viipma 
as may be considered by Ihe 
Conservation committM of the 
CXTV to have rendered out- 
standing service in the dissem- 
ination oi knowledge of tbe 
natural resources of the Coih- 
monweaflth of Virginia and the 
conscrvjrtion and wise devek^. 
iTK^t ^f such resou: 

The Princess Anne Oarfen 
Club of Virginia Beach was 
awarded the medal for conserv- 
ing the Seash(M« State Park. 



WE BRIDGE THE GAP 




When newcomers move to 
town, our Hostess greets them, 
and extends a welcome, with 
the personal messages of our 
friendly, civic-minded spon- 
sors. 

NEWCOMERS GREEHNO 

Mrs. Margartt Lowman 
Hoftats 



When the park was closed in 
1^56, there /was a nwvement to 
get the s^rte to sell it for a nib> 
division. The PrirKess Anne 
Garden Oub sent out the call 
for unity amM^ all clubs m the 
area, and they/ them^l^s or- 
ganized the Soishore Stale Park 
Study Group. With the owpera- 
tion of the State CcMiservttsoa 
Commission, the group toured 
the cIoskI park once a week for 
two years, to prepare themsdves 
f<M- the task of saving it. 

Additional interest w» co- 
ated by exhibits of living plaf^ 
life from the |»rk by ^oups 
who botanize the mft fknal 
and fauna and made blue prin^ 
and colQr slides of the treasures 
found there. 

In 1961, the wil^raess ai^ 
was opened to Jhe pubKc. Tlie 
example of tbe ^incesa Aniie 
Garden Club has b«en an in- 



NOTHER-DAUGHTEI- 



BANQUET 



BAYSIDE — The Bayside 
Bafkist Church i& observing 
"tiirls Auxiliary Focus Week" 
this week. In observance of it 
there will be a "Mother and 
Daughter" banquet Friday night, 
at the church at 6 .iO p.m. Sun- 
day night at 7 :30 p.m. there will 
be a "G. A. Coronation Service. 
Queens to be crowned will be 
Beth Snpith and Sherry Beard. 
Pat Dent will be "Qiuecn Re- 
gent." The director of the CA.'s 
is Mrs. William C. Smith, and 
counselor for the Intermediaite 
G. A. is Mrs. Gray Cassell; 
counselors for the jr. G.A.'s, 
Mrs. Harold Brard, and Mrs. 
G. A.'s is Mrs. Gray Cassell; 
J. C Wills. 



In fh« IBWs lea was imported from Maine and 
brmiglir to Nmfoik by sailing ships. 

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^.'. . Then H. D. Oliver had been serving Tid^ater 25 
years. 



The old brick ice houses were a familiar sight in 
Norfolk. The Kennrtec Ice Company had offices at 
47 Granby Street with its coal, ice and lumber yards 
behind. In those yeare H. D. Oliver had been serving 
the cOftmiunity for a quarter of a century, offering 
dignified, respected burial and funeral services. To- 
day, a' ccanplete century of service enables them to 
provide the most complete facilities and hmidling of 
aQ your needs. A second handsome home is now open 
in Virginia Beach to serve that ar«i. Call on H. D. 
Oliver^ j. 



Introducing a New Excitement at Virginia Beach 

Candg 

iGourmct] 
Shop 



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Bringing to Virginia Beach the gourmet ex- 
citement of Forbes famous Willi^msbi^rg 
store . . . with it's homemade candies, fine 
Imported candles, teas, jelJ^ies, hors d' 
ouevre fare and epicurean delights from all 
over the world. Come and browse. 

3104 Atlantic Avenue 



Demo Wtiimt 
GiHb Jlold 
Spring Meetiitg 

VIRGTOIA BEACH — The 
Democnmc Cl^ of Virginia 
Beach hdq their sping meeting 
recently af the Capes in Vir- 
ginia Beadi with more than 70 
members and guests present. 

Mrs. E. \. Wilson, presided 
and intipauced Mrs. ntrlip 
Russo, (Program Chairman, who 
tHnKm tarn intoxluced Misi 
Anne Dobie Peebles, guest 
4>eakcr, a member <rf the St^ 
B<md of EducatitM) at Rkh- 
mond. 

Miss Feebtes is active in poli- 
tics and civk affairs and is a 
^iKluate of William and Mary 
Cdle^ at WiHiamaburg, and 
now serves on its Board of 
Visitors. 

She was a fotmtt past ^m- 
dent of the Vir^ia Fedteratkra 
of Women*! Clul» and has led 
a membership of some 25,000 
■women to purdiasc the "Maxi- 
tron Machine*' whkfc is now 
housed at die Medical College 
of Virginia. It is the dream of 
,many tl»t the rkearch done 
with machine will bring an end 
to that dreaded disease — cancer. 

In politics Miss Peebles has 
mttk&i untirii^ly on all teyeU 
and most recert&y was coordina- 
tor for wom«i's activities during 
liw ounpaign of Governor Har- 
fkon's. 

Stkc was chairman (A the 
Committee on Textbooks and 
Curriculum and Chirfrman of the 
CommittM for the Dkaf and 
Dumb in Staunton. 

Miss Pastes spoke on the 
changes <rf education from the 
1900 to 1950 era and the 
changes within the 1950-1960 
^ce Age. She 1^ Ait Imgw- 
l^ige was doubled during Aat 
period. 

At preaent Miss PeeWes « as- 
eedated wMi her bti^ in tfie 
feti estate and insunuice bad- 
ness. -^^j.>- - 

Speaking^«r tne v«rkH» 
phases of educattmi ia die ptrt)* 
He Mhoofa she stretted the 
teadiing of ec(momics, and tsA 
tmporunce of knowing govern- 
ment in our present day socfcty 

aie spoke of the new instruc 
tional guide for the study of 
^Viifinia and U.S. Government 
and Ihat courses are now in the 
{Kocess of being Attributed to 
the various sctool systems, to 
help insfrurt the teadiers in dw 
princiirfes of *e «>nstitutiowd 
fbnn <rf jgovemmeit and d«* 
U.S. ecomnnic system. 

Attending the luncheon were 
Mis. John Fowler. Mrs. Ed- 
mund JcHics, Mrs. L. R. Moore, 
Mrs. W. E. Tolson, Mrs. Ed- 
ward Tippo, Mrs. C. J. Brad- 
Shaw, Mrs. C. B. 3eafd, Jr., 
Mrs. Waiiam Ford, Mrs. H. A 
Gallop, Mo. A. J. Dean, Mrs 
R, L. Cwmselman, Mrs. Sid- 
ney I^ellam, Mrs. J. Alfred 
Eflicridge. Mrs. Eulah W!i|4 
Mrs. Harvey Mffler, Mrs. B. 
CaHgari, Mrs. E. J. GerioJ. 
Mrs. iRoy DeH^, and MWl. 
J. E. Moore. 

TaWe decorations weie made 
by Mrs. Kellam, Mrs. Moore 
and Mrs. DeHart. Mrs. Oounsd 
man was liostws for Ae i^air. 

It was announced that the faH 
ineeting will be held September 
2Jrd at the Cavalier Hotel in 
Virginia Beach. 



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Saturday ai|^t the VF 84 air 
force group held a farewell party 
at tiK OceMM Officer's club. 
Leaving for Viet Nam Mc^nday 
did not help to make this the 
gayest of parties. Talking with 
some of the officers and wives, 
although apparenrly cheerfully, 
you could f^ thcv were any- 
thing but light hearted and 
happy. Some of those attendlr^ 
were: Lt Tato Saadcn and Mn. 
Sanders, fjuiga Do<i| Morets, 
Mrs. JiBM Aa^b^ 1^ C#. 
JohB PiiBnalil and Mrs. Pin. 
aieyi, Cdr. O. H. ONrg and Mm 
Oberg, Cdr. DoMdd Moa^e and 
Mis. Moore, Cdr, L, S. Laon- 
feaex and Mrs. tanartaM. To 
this air group we would like to 
say we wish you dl the best of 
luck and may you soon return 
to your families. 

Saturday night The Princess 
Anne ^- VirgiiHa Beach iuiuor 
woman's club celebrated the in- 
stallation of new officers for the 
comuig year with a dinger dance 
at the Otvalier Hotel. Mrs. Mai^ 
lane Twracr the outgoing {^i- 
dent congratulated and welcomed 
in the new president Mrs. Nancy 
ZolL Others se^ duriM dinner 
were: Mr. ami Wm%. Ban Cl»fs* 
tfaa, Mr. and Mf*. PetH SMppa, 
Dr. and Mrs. J^n BonaMii, Mr. 
and Mn. Vk Afanoad, Mr. and 
Mn. Robert Farirets, Mr. and 
Mrs. Janes Marphy, Mr. and 
Mfo. Joe Pancan, Mr. and Mn. 
Robert SMly, Mr. and Mm 
f^BInn ^eil», Mr. and Mn. 
4>aaify DcHart, Mr. and Mva. 
Wak Mycn, a^ Mr. and Blink 
Gin Dan*. Officers installed at 
die dinner dance were as fol- 
lows: Mbs. Naney 1/^ prini- 
dcBt; fint lice prwldwt, Mn. 
Slawart GAms; ncond ▼§» 
pwiliiiwf, Mn. Eileen Cbrirtat 
ttiitf vice ^nrident, Mn. Beiiur 
uani} lecwoug sacreoijt nin. 
raj Dekfcer; fefr«a|on^H| sec^ 
retey, Mis. Gf ^ toffe and 

Meeting completed and ikceata 
fini^wd, all attsidiiig left to tiie 
ball room «id the dmdog irtast- 
ed. Seen cm tte dance floor weft: 

nw. and nHi> ^n^pMV PatBMff 

Mr. and Mn. %^«[*J*J;^^ 
Mr. aad Mn. VenMNi Hanej 
ortt, Mr. and Mn. Gena \jmk- 
aiH, Mr. and Mn. nofd nor> 
Briic, Ir. and Mr. aad ifyCim 
Tkavacr. 

The Bay Harbour Yaditin| 
aub officfelly opened the sea- 
son S^ndty evening wMi the 
raising of the flag for boating; 
The bhie and white iflag with tMf 
White Hoon emblaacMied in ^ 
cei^r, unfci^ and waved m 
the breeze. " 

Offlcers of the yachting d^ 
are as follows: nod l^itf|ir, 
commodcri^, Aaitfmr 
v^ commodMe, Jack 
rear commodore, JMm \Mff^ 
secretary, ioha R. Patter, fleet 
captain, Ben lili^ jMs t^ oom- 
modore, and laoMi G. DirdM* 
treasurer. Geor|l Low«7> "f* 
commodpre fw die Cavalwr 
yaditiagcl^ #as in attendance 
Cocktails, dhiner Md dance fol- 
lowed. 



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SELUN6 0UT 

AU STOCK and fixtures before June 1. Girls' ready 
♦o w«ar, sizes 3-12, blouses, sizes 3-4. By Glen of 
Mich. Hong Kong originals-1 suit, size 1 2, 2 dresses, 
7 linen summer jackets, sizes 10-16. 
FABRKS, imported and domestic cottons, woolens, 
Silks, blends. Sweaters — hand knits and twin sets. 
B^adi Coats, men's robes. . 

MIRRORS — drapes with rods, tables, chairs, antiques, 
gifts, shelving — all fixtures — typewriter and table, 
time bo|(, dispiby case. ; . 

• HOUl»: 1<M . 

MARTHA HERZER 

kaament Mayflower Apts. 
VhglAla BMch,' Va. 
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COLOHUL DAMES 

VIRGINIA BEACH — TTie 
Su^c4k Chaptet, O^anial 
Dames of die Seventeenth Cen- 
tury, wiM meet &turday at 
12:30 p.m. in die home of Mrs. 
George H. Hamilton, 1216 
South Lake Road. 

Mrs. David Y. Malbon, will 
pmide and Mrs. J. Edwards 
Johnson will speak on National 
Defense. Ho^esses will be Mrs. 
Hamilton, Mrs. E. B. Wilcox. 
Mn. Hiomas A. Moore and 
Mn. Ral(A Sdiaeffer. 

Officers will be elected for 
iIm ensuing you*. 



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PTA QfSTALLS 

BAYSIDE — The Shelton 
Park PTA will hold their annual 
instillation of officers, Monday 
at 8KX), p.m., at the school. 

Mrs. James D. Cummins presi- 
dent; Mrs, M. J. MuHerrig, Jr.. 
first vfce president; Mrs. Donald 
Gordon, second vice pr^ident; 
Mi^s. G. R. Haw, secretary ; and 
Mrs. Quinn Mossison, treasurer. 

The school chorus will perfotm 
under the direction of Miss 
Katherine Canady. 

Refreshments will be served 
in the school, cafeteria following 
the rogram. 

CHORAL CORCERT 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Vii^n Beach Ui^ School 
wiU present its annual Spring 
Fastival of Music in ^e Hidl 
Sdhool aodhorfum <mi May 20, 
M 8:00 p.m.. J. William MiHer 
is the director. 



EXPANSION SALE 

We are addhig twice the flodr space and re- 
modeling at the same time. A million, more or less, 
items are in our way, so we arl» redudng most prices^ 
Any reasonable offer will be accepted. 

HIRTZ BAZAAR 

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(l«ft to riglit) Lt. Ton Sandbrt. Eacigm Dong 
Mn. T«m S»adl«n — VF84 far«w«U party »l Omku. 




Mrs. Nmcr Zoll, (right) iacMBiag prMUbnt sadl Mn. Mwy 
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iUH to rigkt) FrW Radigvr, cea>no4or», Artimr Cmum$, 
vk* e*nai0d«n, Jack Otmami, tmlt cooiwoJom, J^ui Law, ammei- 
tary, J«Ih* Ray Pollar, flMt eavtaia, aad Baa Britt, ^aft aMUM^ 
dar* ll«y Harkowr Yaaktng Ciab. 



BROADWAY COMES TO DEY 



GREAT NECK — John B. 
Dey Elementary School looked 
like Broadway Friday afternoon 
widi such notables as The Beat- 
les, the Bread 'N Butter Girls 
and that famous baW player 
C^ey on hand for the SCA Tal- 
ent Show. 

They weren't for real, of 
couise, but the audience, bot^ 
aduk and student, didn't care. In 
fact, it was more fun to see fel- 
low classmates assume the fa- 
mous rdes than if the real per- 
sonalities Ikd been diere in per- 
son. 

Under the direction of Miss 
Linda Fentress, a sixth grade 
teacher, liie show was a sell-out 
days before it opened and die 
response of the audience yv&s 
proof of its suc<%ss. 

Hie acts included: an ai^ieh- 
tk httia by Kerri Kay; accordian 
seieeti(»» by Sharon Edwards; 
Piano solo by Colleen l^nnon; 
a record accompaniment on the 
drums b^ Jason Cowan; a trum- 
pet duet by Wesley and Gary 
Kitt with Gary coming back (m 
a solo; and a vocal trio made up 
of JcCm White. Don Mang and 
Gary DeAmtelo. 

PSntominin« dieir acts were: 
Card Fdev, Susie Andrews and 
San^ Kuehn as the "Bi^ad 'N 
Butter Ghrh"; The Be«des — 
Oay PhaHps, David Oniad, 
jett Mffler ««d Tommy Witt- 
kihs; aad Ginny pvaAsf and Nua- 
cy Lra^^wortii iif **Ti» M<»^«r 



Mash." 

One of die higpbl^its of Ibn 
show was I^nny BauM^'s ire- 
citation of "Casey at the W^** 
enacted with the su{^)ort of 
George Montgomery, Jack Mc- 
Elveen and Mike Mi^iews. 

A41 of die peif(mners were 
selected aAer several audkkMis. 



LITTERBUG CONTEST ' 
WINNERS 

THOiROUGHGO(»> — 
Wtaners of the litterbug po^et 
and e^ay c(»t^, spcM^x^ by 
the Th(HDu^good Gardea Oub, 
were announced recently at 
Thorough^xid Elementary 
school. 

Blue tftAxMis were awarddl to 
Loi^ OrawfMd, a fow^ grMle 
studrait; Sandra C^uoMsmi, Mth 
grade; ai^ Surra Kyikfim^ 
sixdi grade. 

OaucBs G^m ^o( tiie mr- 
esith grade, -wrote A» manig- 
essay, anrt! aiie wiH r^^va her 
pin on grado^on niglit. 

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Mr. and Ktis. L. Wovd Pat 
rick Imw retttn^ to Aafr iMpia 
in Bay Cokmy aftef a moflillV..^ 
ho4May tfwrihg in Eurooe. They 
w^« met in Paris by tiirir 
dtani^ta', Karen, and tofMlMr 
tiu^ toured Frattoe, Bdiikim, 
Germny^ Austriti, and ka^. 



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in lf^ ^st seyeraii y»ars, we, as tele- 
vision yi#wfr$, havt allowed ourselves to 
^ ImuiNd by cer^in comfncrdals. We 
have #liowed ^ii to go on so long nqw, 
iMl" almost any^Mfig we get is very nearly 
c^ QWQ f^ii^t Too long have we not ob- 
iected to little hammers In our heads, the 
gbrlfication of post nasal drips, the prob- 
l«ns of irregularity and the evils of Brand 
'%" m^ "Sr^asy Kid Stuff." We have been 
^M «H of the virtues of every t<x>th pa«te, 
(^odv#nf, dandruff remover, lax^ve, and 
^mr olov. "fe l^ar it told in thew sagas, 
mf0i one is better than tl^ other, fv^one 
cannot be right. One product just has to be 
in^iof. But we watch these commercials 
m^ ¥« ipend our hard-earned money on 
iht MOiJ^^ <rf wr choice. This is as it 
ilwwj b«. We live in a magnificent country 
^ frfie enterprise, and we are grateful for 
It 

Howevw-, i^on occasion, we feel com- 
:.R«llfd to take Issue with me timing df a 
particular commercial. Such an occasion has 
afwen. last Saturday night we were watch- 
k^ ^ full length feature n?K)vie on one of 
M r^tworks, hot (rf focal origin. We are 
a^lutdy cofKHtH^ned to the break in the 
movie at the monwit of m<»t susepnse for 
rt» Joogest word in history ... the word 
fc«a» OMf sponsor. In fact, we, more often 
tl^n not, take this time to rush to the 
kHcNn to prepare enough food tp tkk 
us over for the next umntemjpted tw^^ 
minutes of story lino, fhfe we did, with 
fequterit)^, It^ Saturcte^ night. 

The movie was a susf^nseful thing, all 
about the tropics, and the problems there- 
of. The secondary plot involv^ two well- 
known movie stars and their stru^fe 
within themselves. Lil^ we say. It wfs 
suspensyiul. Apparently c^ie of the rpp^ 




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dread «3currences in this region is the on- 

slfuj^hl^ every hundred years or so, of 

kilter antty that travel across the larKi and 

eat any^Wng in their path. In the movie, 

the birds and animals had enough sense 

to leave th^ area, but our stars chose to 

remain. Several supporting characters 

were literally eaten up, thus making for a 

most gory bedtime story. Somehow or 

other, our strongwilled stars made it 

thitHJgh the ordeal by drowning the little 

felfovys, and all ended hapily, regardless 
of the barren wasteland left in the paths 
of the little gluttons. It was a good movie. 
We enjoyed It. 

But then it happened. No sooner had 
the words, "The End", flashed on the 
twenty-three inch screen, than a con>mer- 
clal n^ssage followed. And of all products 
to tout 9t this particular moment, it was a 
cwnmergal for a well-known Ixig killer, 
known to do away with ants. We are not 
sure, but we have the feeling that we were 
being brainwashed by the network. Per- 
haps they were showing our stars that 
they shcwid have simply sprayed the en- 
tire are* with the product. The ants, ob- 
viously, would have fled in terror, or 
passed on to ant heaven' Immediately. 

AAore than likely, the cpmmerdal for 
this particular bug killer was purely coin- 
cidental, but we wonder at the feasabiiity 
of the product sponsoring a movie about 

^lerents, in the first place. Coincidence of4^K , , . — '-—--— '^— 

• ' * ■ ^ery year along about this time, petunia |ect Petunia" began In a small way, with 



Thii is the first of the continuing series of editorral cartoons to be run each 
week in this space by tSe Virginia Beach Sun. We feel that the old spying is absolutely 
correct. "One picture IS worth ten thousand words". Therefore these cartoons, for 
which we have been searching for more than two months, will be presented to save 
us from writing at least ten thousand words. Wi—— ^ — rxzzrry: ,-.,.:. ,. _ T ^-r;- - 



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not, lest Saturday night, to our v/ay of 
t h i n k in g , televisksn commerdalTzing 
reached a new low. 

But It did serve One purpose. Instead of 
going off to bed and having nightmares 
of beir^ eaten by ants, we had the confi- 
c^oce mat we could spray them right out 
df our dreams. Jn short, a good laugh was 
had by all. 



It's Petunia Planting Time Again 




week 



TJ^is-year at Virginia Bf^h, NaHonel 
Hospital Week h^s ap addetf significance. 
We ^rji an looking forward with great ex- 
pectations to the dedication and opening 
of tb^ much needed new Virginia Bei^ 
General Hospital, the dedlcatton ^Mmc^ in 
a htfle over a month, and rt»e opening 
abwt two weeks after that. It is a beauti- 
ful building, equipped with the most 
modem and efficient facilities. It is the end 
of the rainbow for those who hdve put 
in many long hours over a perk>d of years 
to Mi^ about this dream. Soon it will be 
a r€«lNy. • 

. National Hospital Week, May ^-15, Is a 
public ^ucatlon event sponsored by the 
^nerlcan Hospital Association and ob- 
servedTjy all Tidewater hospitals. It is im- 
perative that the public be educated for 
t^t«- und^standin^ of the function of a 
hospital and its services. 

A hospital is a flexible and dynamic 
institution, responding and reacting to 
changing health needs of the immunity, 
N^iw^l H^aitaj Week provides ah oppor- 
tunity lor the community to learn nKM-e 
about the hospital servk^ maintained to 
guard and restore health. 

An av^i^ of one in every seven per- 
sons requires hc^pitalization e«Ji year. 
This means that every p^scm in the com- 
munity has a vest^ irjterest in the hc^i- 
tel and it behoove everyone to k»conne 
familiar with the hospital. Its services and 
:u objective. x 

i though, patient care is the primary 

non erf hospitals, they have many other 

activities which affect health care now and 

-, *!,« f^j^y^Q y^g^y hospitals are training 

for doctors, nurses, and other 

ileal personnel. 

me hospitals conduct majical and ad- 

' -tive research programs to find 

vays of caring for patients and 

methods of hosf?itel operation and 

J dbo concerned with the 
■»ot hospitalized. Through 



tion with allied health agencies, they 
promote better practices for the entire 
community. 

Once an institution for custodial care 
of the very sick, the hospital today has 
developed into a complex health center 
with the means to treat all types of ill- 
nesses, including many once considered 
fatal. More than that,>ospitals today take 
a responsibility for the health of the entire 
community by pronrating better health 
practices and preventive medicine for all 
citizeris, 

^ There is ^viden<^ that the hospital is 
never satisfied with the status quo, that it 
continually looks for new ways pf pro- 
viding better care and of protecting the 
consumer's health care dollar. 

The day when the doctor and nurse 
were the only people needed in a hospital 
has lon^ passed. They are still needed In 
full measure, but they are assisted by many 
other specially educated and trained people 
who contribute to total patient care. 

Iri some ways today's hospitals resemble 
small cities. They centralize in one insti- 
tution many of the essentials of every day 
life and many of the services we regularly 
use. They provide not only room and 
board, but also, have a "dfi^g store," a 
pcnva- plant, a library, and in many cases 
a school' for budding professional per- 
scmnel. 

All of these facilities and services m^ke 
the hospital one of the cily's largest em- 
ployers. 

Today's hospital is really a hundred or 
fjrwre different kinds of pepple dedicating 
their minds, 'hands and hearts to the task 
of making of hers well. It Is through' their 
efforts that the city, is able to benefit from 
the advanyces of medical science. 

Wrurge you td visit a hospital during 
this wBQk, {^ot necessarily as a patieht). 
Ttten, although it's still a little over a month 
away, perhaps all of us vyill be able to 
realijte the qeed for the reason why We 
are pr<wd i)f the new Virginia BeaiJ^ 
Oeheral l^>^ital. 



plariting time rolls around at Virginia the planting of the colorful petunias* along 

Beach. This year is no exception. Because Atlantic Avenute. The proj«^ in recent 

we are relaWve newconsers to the city- "Pro- years has spread out; to I^flc Avenue, to 

ject Petunia" is all new to us. But in check- the Boulevard and to Route Sixty. But even 

ing into the background and into what has more emphasis is still heeded. Petunias are 

already been accomplished under the beautiful flowers. They grow fast and are 

auspices of this worthwhile program, we most hearty. They are rather simple to 

are amazed. And we feel we owe It to the plant and to care for. They require little 

project's sponsors, to urge them on and to time anda minimum effort for the ultimate 

urge all citizens of this city to take part. result. 

Particularly this year .when the Council This is a grand citywide project, espec- 

of Garden Clubs is stressing beautlfication iaily at this time of the year, when the 

for the entire city of Virginia Beach, this entire city is^ sprucing up and preparing 

project needs rnore emphasis. As we men- for the tourisf season. Perhaps some of our 



tiooed a couple of weeks ago, we have 
bfien appalled at the conditbn of the lawn 
areas of many of the finer hotels and 
motels along the waterfront. So little has 
been done by the majority of the pro- 



summer visitors will be encouraged to stay 
a little longer in a beautiful city. They may 
even go home and praise the colorful 
growth along our streets and roads. 
The program has already achieved a 



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prietors to display beauty along what moderate amount of success, and the back- 
could be a magnificent boardwalk. There ing of many fcivic groups and business 
are exceptions, thankfully, and in the last leaders, but it can be even bigger and 
two weeks we have seen evidence of a better this year, if all of us take part in 
little nriore effort. We hope we have played "Project Petunia". Our thumbs are not.very 
a small part in this awakening. green, but we're going to take a stab at 
But back to the problem at hand. "Pro- it. Why don't you? 



^ We are privileged this year to be a 
judge of the military bands in the parade. 
We look forward to this job with the ex- 
citement of a kid at his first parade. We 
know ot nothing that makes us any 



Everyone Loves A Parade 

Well, let's .hope so. A lot of advance for that reason. But those that are here and 

planning and a lot of hard work has gone . will t.ake part in the parade deserve a 

into the Rr«Mrat|on of. the annual Virginia special thanks for protecting our shores. 

Beach Armw^vforces Day Parade. Many When the Stars and Stripes pass in re- 

national and local dignitaries will be on view, pay homage to them. Show the 

hand to participate. It is a moving sight to reverence to the greatest flag in the whole 

see the many military bands and marching world, 
units, the floats and the clowns, and others 
parading down the Avenue. It serves to 
remind us of the fre^oms we enjoy in 
this great lend of ours. And when the 

colors pass in review, as. they do so often r.,,^^ v.., ..«.,.„,« „,^. ...a.^^, uo any 

m a parade, once again vJh feel the swell ^ prouder to be an American than to watch 

of pride in <Hir heritage . .. . the same a parade and to hear the march music of 

heritage our forefathers felt in the early a military band. It will probably be a tough 

days of this nation. job picking the winners, but we shall try 

it IS well for us to pause a moment and our best. - o 

remember that our very, city of Virginia In the city of Virginia Beach, where 

Beach v^as the first beachhead of iJs/hat wa^ there are so many military personnel and 

to become the United State! It happened dependents, we often lose sight of the sig- 

at Cape Henry. We must always be proud nificance of armed might. This Saturday, 

Tuf c ^. ' "^ ^rmed f=orces bay, should best serv^ to 

This Saturday, we pay hpmage to our remind us all of the importance of th/de- 

Armed Forces, both here a| Virgihia Beach fenders of our flag, wherever they may be. 

and in every corner of thf world. Our We hope you'll come to the parade. It 

American fighting men are in those remote has promise of being a great show. Line 

plates- ^A<ith strange, unpronouncable the streets and watch it pass. Have fun. 

names today to protect that same afore- But stand erect and pay homage to the 

menrtoned freedom and heritage. They are flag of the United States of America when 

not here at Virginia Beacl^ with us today 'it p^^ you. You'll be glad you did. 



Dear Sir: 

I tfiank yog tat ^feMi^ 
ay letter in ||| Vtr^niB Beadi 
Open Fet^i, (tee VS. &m, 
April g, IMS) aod fcv your re- 
ply. I <mrfj to &>ttifnem as brirf- 
ly a» I can, init tfiorc cfti^y, 
upon the rhaM^ under discus- 
sion irt Aat met, and I hope 
you will, ona ^n, aJlow space 
in the FdrujjD mt my ccmtiei^. 

The scionce h6ok in use in 
my tmC% teveiMh grade wHeoc^ 
class wag *'Ex^ring Soientie for 
•he Sf«« A^" by Victor C 
Smith, pirtrtWied by J. B-TLip- 
pinoott Company. Onjpage 47 
vr tne companion Te«Acr's 
Manual and Answer Key, for 
*e use of die teacher only, die 
follow^ pvagnfjh a|i{MBdts, 
WMi rM firM uMmtec m kt&:s: 
'Warn duMhiai ihat uocto 
no dreawt^oai t^old they 
atterapi m make iwk^ft •using 
fuels or eiigiou^s of any 
kind. Fw »i^ml yare, wfteh 
diif wAvfky WW fK^lar, 
many, injuries and «>me 
property damage were caused 
% expfoJrtoiB <4 home-Q^ 
rock^a. Hockeis 8«e not for 
children." 

The raannuiri (takes less dian 
90 minutes to tcad, in ite en- 
tirety. , 

In spite of this warning, die 
principal of Jdin B. Dey sehod 
succeeds in dismissiqg tbe entire 
matter as "a very tr^ and un- 
fortunate accident, tat not ttie 
that die tchool was re^poimide 
for." We find even more appd- 
iing his statement, made some 
three and one half mon^s srfter 
Jonathan's deadi, thait '^if i^-he 
teacher) had come to fcim iaad 
asked permission to fire diese 
rockets at schodl -ss pan of iJie 
science class, tiiat he prol»biy 
woul4J*BLye. fiyen ius owi^art.'^ 
This is tiw same school syslcm 
wbipli released to die pi^at a 
photograi* ci om asm without 
(hir permission, {kx:9|Dpapied t)y 
an incorrect slaiement designed 
to proted liiemselves at tht ax- 
pensf at the diildi*n entrusted 
40 their care, and whidi d^ 
were subsequently fmt:ed to re- 
traa two days l^.<^e l^eAmf- 

Star, May 6 and 8, 1964) 

,Appatfenitly, the higher one 
^jes, however, fee ^eater <die 
negligence. G&vemor Albertis 
Harrisoa, wp<» fwkm of our 
correspondeiKe in July, 64, 
found it aeoeKary^4o lorward k 
<to t^ Superimenctent of Fi|Uic 
InsU'uotk>n for the State of Vir- 
ginia, "in order d*at tie may be 
apprised once agaiii. df Hie 
warning it holds." If Dr. Wilker- 
son had ailready been af^msed 
of this danger, why had he not 
used his knowledge for the pro- 
tection of the (^ildren in his 
state? Never-the-less, in a nieitfd 
issued by the State Boa^ of 
Education, dated Septem^ 1% 
1964, certain ^^s^ts of the 
science program axe brou^td 
the attention of all Divisicm Su- 
perintendents, in ' which, under 
the hea(tti^, "Rockets and Roc- 
ket Fuels", "the science of roc- 
ektry .... is strongly discour- 
aged ..." Presumably, Ae |»o- 
tection that this statement af- 
fords them from any adrai'tiance 
of. oe^l^BHpe, aiKl in view of 
the oc^venient immunity which 
school syMen^ en|oy, it is not 
necessary to mentio^ id»t such 
rockets i^ le^l and their op- 
eration i^ iHega). 

School? ei^y a|i inununity 
from liabijiity which is s(» ui^ir 
that it is ev^ criticized by dios^ 
who uphold it 
. What has happened to our 
democratic form of government 
here? There is no democracy in 
any ruling whidi has its founda- 
tion m the Dmne It^M of 
Kings — or, to be more accurate, 
in "the rjght divine to do 
wrong". 

Since the school boards of the 
State of Virginia have been held 
to be a function of that State, 
and are accordingly immune 
from suit, there is no possible 
chance of recovery against them. 
Damages for the demth erf a 
chMd would be extremdy low, 
anyway, and even at their maxi- 
mum would not cover the costs 
of bringing such an actioa 
against a governmental agency 
protected by diis immunity, even 
if a lawyer could be fotmd who 
was wimng to conduct this ac- 
tion for the sake of justice and 
pie law mther than dollars and 
cente. The ratio of "daci^ 
cases" against those cases never 
brought to court nM»t, ^re- 
fore, be negligible. Any lega-l 
conclusion drawn upon review 
of such a small minority is not 
worth the iKiper upon which it 
,is written. 

Whali ctf civil ^^ for our 
children— "n« siw# any State 
deprive #ny person of' life, l^f. 



ty or Mbi^flty widio|« due pro- 
cesg or taw"? It a^ less m- 
p^NttM ihan ocrior simi^y ^ 
(^tne it it iM rat^iva^ by t)le 
same wtf-inte^?- Are «nr 
cUUi^ expendable? What pf 
«^- future citi^w and sc 
•hlN? Arc we *i <i^oy4he . 
t^ examj^ and the l^er 
e^erimcat? 

k is nccemry to have ex- 
cettcnt cuitipulttiM and wdl- 
built sdiootMbA Aaae ue a^te 
beck-drops to the nod ne@M- 
»«y , requij^niOTt <^ an tdequi^ 
mcdiuai Arou^ which twr 
<*adren may be educated, for 
%t most jji^ our teadiera we 
fine, defiled people, who p^- 
ton^ itfieb' duties assiduouMy 
and co^ientiously, sometin^s 
wjthoqt 4>e pMdance of cun-^- 
lums or the luxury of modem 
Miool buililiAgs. MiKh of tihe 
pleasure in Ionian's sh<wt tfc 
WM attridutaWe to dKKe who 
w<a« im todiers. 

The parents and voters of 
Virginia Beadi must com^gli, 
diemselvw with die proiectito 
o| their chidren^ »ina, mor- 
aHy, the school system lOme 
seems unable to act responsiWy. 
Our personal efforts have b^ 
directed again^ liiosi ctf^cwn- 
stances wliich were respoisftHe 
for our son's death for tte/fMO- 
tectioB of odief diildren, and 
die deliverance (d parents from 
i^ a^y of wha| mt|st surely 
be OTc of iifey |ao^ true! 
blows. 

We have had only three chil- 
dren, and we do not tike our 
responsibilities lightly.^We have 
♦o^ a d^ly-loved wn . . . . ^ 
schop-l system merely k»t a pu^ 
pil.... , 

"The basis of our govern-* -- 
ment being the opinion of the^ 
peo^e, t|K Mu^ 1^ object .." 
shoidd be to keep tjuit right; 
and mre It left to me to de- 
cide whether we should have 
a govwtimeot wf^out news- 
papers, or ne\Vs|i«pers with- 
out a govprmn^, I should - 
not hesitiite ^*nibment' to pre- 
' fer the latter." i 
— ^Thomas Jeffersfn. 

Mary yi BJe^m «™ 

St. ftiut Min^sota 




* Ed, ^jote— . * k ' 

Ydiir l^er is printed a%ov_^ 
exactly ^ }t mis r^i^tved iff di» 
Otffice, wipi the exx^3*ior^ oC 
three in^ances. J persohally 
qiade diose deletioris, Iwsed 
upon my right as an editor and 
is a hun^an being. I am quite 
certain yqp do not wirfi to en- 
gage in op^ combat with those 
involved tiirough the mecftumi 
of our newspaper, and that the 
l^ots contained in your letter 
otff he sut»tantrate<^. The only 
^etioM that i have ni«de were 
sO^^meats erf coj^eoture and as- 
suj^tion made by you, ^nd 
"^Tf w|^ I must consider high- 
ly inflammatory remarks l^sed 
cin yqijr own coactosioiis, not 
lac^. . ^ - • ■ 

In your letter voii state that 
ywir pers#na'l efforite are di- 
rected agaiwt those- cirwm- 
stances responsible for y^r 
son's death for the pfoteotion 0f 
other children. I bcSeve yqo. 
But I fail to see wt^t furttor- 
purpose the perpetuation ol^ 
comroyersy can serve. Ya^ 
persoi^l eUom hat^e alre^ 
Mcompji^ your aim. Ym 
mve n^dt eveiyoae painfij^. 
aw^re of the ciroumslances aijd 
of your loss. Obviously tli<»e 
efforts have akeady served as 
a ftiturc warning to 0^0$. t 

I am also aware iSm ygur 
persona-l efforts have teached 
hi^ places, but have given ybu 
Uttle or no personal s^isfactiqn. 
Perhaps, however, satisfactitei 
can be attained in the fact mA 
your personal efforts " h#e 
reached high places and h& 
been duly noted. ** 

One 3«ar has now i»s«d 
smce the death of your son, b£, 
of course you can n&ver f« 
You cannot be expected to , 
get. The incident will never \,> 
forgotten by anyone involved, 
or- by a gread number ik« to- 
volved. 

Since diat is your stated a^,. 
I can only thank you for brib- 
ing th» facts to my attentioh, 
and for writing such fine c«fli- 
prehensive letters to our ne^ 
paper. Beyond this, I can do ||o 
more. I again extend my p#> 
sonal syrap«hy on the loss '^ 
your son. But as far as <flie Yk- 
pnia Beach Sun is (X)ncem^I 
must now consider the m^^ 
cksed. There is no more to^|fe 
gained by continuing the cdl- 
troversy through this m&^, 
SiiKe your stated aim has be^ 
achieved^ 

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Dri^^fC Oaf., ^n ti^ay at 
7:30 coi. in • lio^d. 

A Mtfve of AtlaMt, he iwi 
li\«4 }a 4iit area linoe 1923. H« 
wu tt» kusband <of Mra. Alma 
T. IkurMtfd and a son <^ Graqge 
S. and Mn. Laura DovNii^ B«r- 
naid. 

He ma a member of Virenia 
BeKh Mettiodist Onirch, nin- 
ceas Anne Country Club, and 
*}ew York AAtetic Qub. 

He owned Isranches ol U- 
Drtvc-It in Jertcy Oty, Phila- 
dei^a and Pimburj^ and 
teaMd brandi^ ^ ot^r cities. 

Ori^naHy atf auto moWIe 
agency o^^^Xot in Montgomery, 
Ala., he left to work for Saun- 
ders Drive-It- Yoursdf System in 
Birmin^am and Omaha, Nei»r. 
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It company in Day^m. CAk). A 
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an clS^ct in Norfolk. Hiis wm 
made hea^uai^n Ux tite diain 
which ultimately r«K;hed more 
than 25. He became sole owner 
in 1936. 

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are a s^er, Mqi. Benjamin Y. 
Martin of Washington and two 
brothers, Col. V. O. Barnard of 
Chevy OiMe, Md, and H<»race 
Barnard or Ridimond. 

The body wHl be token frcpi 
H. D. C*ver Funeral Apart- 
ments to Virginia Beach Nfcth- 
odist Church for a lunerri serv- 
ice today at 10 a.m. by Dr. JcAn 
W. Rustin of Emory University. 
The body will be jn Ae church 
an hcwT before rtie service. 

Burial will be in the family 
Cfinctpry at Ctork, Ala., F|iday 
at 3:30 p.m. with Kenneth ^1- 
man Funenri Home in diarge. 

MRS. IMHtA E. C BRYAF4T 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mrs. 
Dwa Eliabelh Crumi^w Bry- 
ant, 82, of 106 Laurd Lane, 
died Monday at 4 a.m. after a 
kHig tllneM. 

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County, %\» was a dauber d 
tiictott Franklin Pierce and 
Mrs. TuHie Faircloth Cruraplcr 
and die wi<k>w of Jcim Dwig}it 
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wm> fhi MV • mn^m <tf the 
CMM» ftfMte. I^rfoik, and 
the Norfoft O^ler No. 22, 
Qp#r (tf ^ ^mstn Stw. 

i^v^ ut (MM sons, Oai- 
bflne a. Bryam of Vkmia 
afMil mri^ h^n flelcher 1^ 
aftt tiiNotfolk; two sisters, Mn. 
H. P- Murii^y of Suffolk and 
Mrs. aamuel 0. Locke. HI, <A 
Richrao^; torn gra^tdchikfen 
and tiw. peat-ftandchUdren. 

A fua^id service was con- 
dnMed lU the Kteestas Funeral 
l^Mne, WedaM*y, at 3:00 p.m. 
by the Rev. ^ruk &. Hamuton, 
ppMor ctf 4ie OuiMian Temple. 
Burial was is Foreat Law^ Ce- 
met^y, N^oik. 

MM. VieniUA H<WTOF«J 

VIRGINIA lEACH — Mw 

Victoria Fraociso) Horton, 65, 
wife 9f Alvah S. Horton, died in 
her home at 604 Greentree Dr., 
Ihalia, Tueaday at 5 a.m. 

A native of Connellsville, Pa., 
^ Uved in this area 20 years. 
She was a member of East 
Ocean View Presbyterian Church 
and Degree of Pocahontas. 

Bestcfes her huslxind, she is 
survived by a dau^ter, Mrs. 
Wcfley Olivcrius of Norfolk; a 
son, James Forsythe of Silver 
S{Ming, Md.; two brcrthers, Jo- 
ieph Bart^o d Clearwater, 
Fla.', and Harry Baroffio of Un- 
iontown^ Pa.; 11 grandchildren 
and four great-grandchildren. 
' The body will be taken from 
Hollom<m-Brown Funeral Home 
to East Ocean View Presby- 
tman Churdi for a funeral serv- 
ice today ai 2 p.m^ to be con- 
dtKted by the Rev. Artthotiy 
Lesley. BuriM wQl be in Wood- 
lawn MenuKiail Gardens. The 
body wtU be in tbe f^urch at 1 
p.m. Thursday. «JMSK54iisa*;3^ 

L. D. MURDEH 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Lu- 
ther DeVmey Murden, 74, bus- 
inessman ami farmer, died in 
his home at 1013 Old Dam 
Neck iRoad Tuesday at 5 a.m. 
He was the husband of Mrs. 
Mary Upton Murden and a son 
erf William Thomas and Mrs. 
Emily Jane FentrcM Murden. 
, A native of Princess Anoe 
County, he was a lifelong resi- 
dent ^^ Virginia Be^h wea. 
He was a mwnber of Charity 
M^faodist Churdi. 

He operated with his son, Er- 
vk W. Mutden, Murden Appii- 
anoc Co., was a co-owner of 
Virginia Beach Fishing Pier, and 
ow^ Murden Hunting Oub, 
Back Bay, and Murden Farms. 
Besides his wicfow and son 
&vio, he is survived by tiiree 
c^ier sons, B. H. Murden, K. O. 
Muiden and C. T. Murden of 
Virginia Beach; two sisters, Mrs. 
Vi^ttiia Sackett and Mrs. 
Ge«fe BttUock of Chesapeake; 
a brother, K. L. Mutden oi Vir- 
ginia Beadi; and 13 grandchil- 
dren. 

The body wiH be taken from 
HoUomon-Brown Funeral Home 
to Oiftrity Methodist Church for 
a funeral service today at 2 p.m. 
to be conduct^ by die Rev W. 
A. Moon Jr., pastor, and the 
Rev. Frank D. James (rf Nimmo 
M^bo<Kst Churdi. Burial will 
■be in Charity Churdi Cemetery. 
The body wttl be in die church 
tA 1 p.m. to^y. 

GUY REXFORD LOWEN 

WASHINGTON, D.C. — 
Guy Rcxford Lowen, 70, died 
suddenly Saturday in Washing- 
ton, DC. 

Mr. Lowen, a former resident 
of Virginia Beach where he was 
a member of Rotary Interna- 
tiona], was a native of the Dis- 
trkH of Columbia, the son ol 
Mrs. Annie Laurie Dunbar Low- 
en and .James William Lowen. 

He h survived by his wife; 
a dau^ter, Sue Elinor; a son, 
Oyde Rexford Lowen of Fort 
Lauderdale, Flor^; and an- 
otiicr daughter, >^rs. Graham 
Kent Hinnant of Virginia Beach; 
also a brother, Clyde Dunbar 
Lowen oif Torrance, California, 
and five granddiildren. 



POLICE RECOVER GOODS 

OCEANA — Police have re- 
covers! about $325 of a $408 
tfieft that occurred at the Jet 
€4iuadry in Oceana sometime 
isM Wednesday night. 

A $200 (Kish register con- 
t3iaii% atiout $208 in cash was 
tal»n from the building during 
a burgla^. The cash re|i&ter and 
a nmjor portion of the money 
was loynd on a dirt'road just 
off First Colonel Road. 

CWlcer D. W. Pope answered 
j^p iM a^d D^tectivp ]^ck B^s- 
t^t is iDve&tigat^. ' 



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Club, prMcaU • cheek ta W. Earl Willi., aJniaiitrator mi tka Gmm' 
*r«l HMpital of Virgiaia Baack. Witb tkem i* Mra.°Wib«i T. Saw- 
xar, baaatificatioM cbairaaB. (Staff Pb«t» By l|«i<Mil)^p> 



Club Reqnests 

Speaker's 

Return 



NORFOLK — T|fe Sertfflne 
Club of Norfolk has itok<kl Com- 
mander John A. Fahey USN 
(Ret.) <rf Virginia Beach to re- 
turn on May 1^, 1965 to pro- 
vide additional background on 
the Berlin question. 

Fahey addressed tiie Club at 
die Layette Yacht Gub on 
May 5. The. retired Commander 
explained the past ami jxesent 
legal status of the Berlin occu- 
patkm by W^tem and Soviet 
forces and |^ve die audiffitice a 
greater in^M into the scope of 
the Comnranirt operation at die 
wall including ^e effort jand 
manpower requirements to main- 
tain line-of-s^t pers(MUiel ojv- 
erage and materials for twenty- 
Vho n^iles b^ween pa# and 
West Berlins and additional bar- 
riers erf eighty-e^ mUes be«- 
tween Ei»t Germany and W^ 
Berlin. 

Memb<9« of the di^ ex- 
pressed a desire for a letitfn ad- 
dress during an endmslastic 
qu^ion period loNowing Fa- 
hey's hau-hour cok»^ sli^ 
program. One member re- 
mark«l that the talk was a com- 
prehensive educatkmal kctare of 
the highest quality. ' 

Commander Fahey, a RimiaQ 
linguist, was assigned to the So- 
viet Army for a two-year p«- 
iod, 1960- 1962* and now teaches 
European and Worid History at 
Norfolk Academy. 



SUPPER SATURDAY 

VIRGINIA BEACH -^ A 

barbeque supper will be held at 
Scott Memorial Mediodist 
church, sponsored by die Mur- 
phy Bible diass, on Saturday 
from 4:30 itp 7:30 p.m. 

Plates for adults will be $1.50> 
and for children 75c. 
General— V24 ODC Plans 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
annual ALUMNI DAY of Old 
Dominion College will be cete- 
brated on May 15th at the Cava- 
lier Hotel. 

The occasion will begin with 
a social hour and reception at 
6:30 p.m., followwl by a buffet 
dinner at 7:30 p.m. and cop- 
eluding with a dance. Music for 
the d^ce will be furnished by 
Russell House and \m orches- 
tra. 

During the recognition pro- 
gram, folfowing the banquet, 
President L^wis W. Webb, Jr. 
will present the DistinguisJwd 
Alumni Award to a former 
student of the (»llege w*o has 
achieved outstanding recogokion 
in his or her field of endeavor. 
Former rwjipients of this award 
are Dr. Forrest D. Murden, Jr., 
Lt. Gov. Mills E. Godwin, Jr. 
and Mayor Roy B. Martin, Jr. 

Additionally, the alumni will 
elect fourteen prominent citizens 
to Honorary Membership of the 
Alumni A^ociatipn in recogni- 
tion of their loyalty and support 
of Old Dominion College. 

The r^c^ition pr<^am :^so 
includes an award, in t^e form 
of a trophy, to a member of the 
student body as the OutstowHng 
Athlete of the year. 

Faculty, friends, and alumni 
are cordially invited to attend 
and reseryatioiis may be made 
by caUing tbe Alunmi Cttice »t 
Old bosaiaipa CoU^e. 



GOP Canilldiilft 
Prvnisei F^ 

ROANOKE — Frtlowu^ 
extensive personal vhili d^^ 
into aH parts of VirgWt, Lta- 
wood Holton, 41 year old Ro- 
aa^ke lawyer and commtt^ 
'leader, announces durt he wm 
"make a vi^rous li^ fdr Hie 
Govcmorrfjip." 

The kepuMican StMe Q»i- 
vention in Norfolk this wMkend 
will designate a ^ndaid b^m 
as well as candidates lor lini- 
tenam Goi^mor and AtlQi^ 
General. 

Mr. Holtcm says h^ t^d^^ 
ence. and his (tfficiid p(^m 
with die RejmU^ pafl^ at a 
Vice aiairman of ^ Stale 
Central Comnuttw imurea an 
intense and hard hittigg cam- 
paign for ^B faU. / 

"Virginians are {(Kdcaig for 
someone who is willi^ lo lead,** 
Mr. Holton said, "ife fto^nt 
^ime offers iwtfai^ b^ *Matia 
quo'. Tlrat is not enou^ CHif 
people iffe iMrt eaitt^^ wMk 
stetus quo," 

In additiaa to his presett po- 
sition as a vfce eMtiBtt tl Ae 
party in tlM sti^, Mr.iHftrfiai 
18 a formw Rmnoke^^^ Re- 
pHMcan OiainiMui and Iw dtos 
the chaimmn and archiect of 
die origin^ succ^sf ul caq^^i^i 
which elected Comtommhi 
Richard Pcrff from die ftriii Ufr- 
trfct 

In <xmmaitii^ <m his ^wli- 
dacy, Mr. HoitoQ ^atod, •fir- 
ing the six «^ks wAqd it lac 
been generally known th^ I #a 
giving tills mmm tslnw coi^j- 
eration, I htve ceceived hmd- 
reds ol lett»s from k>^ Vir- 
ginians who have Mp«4 w to 
make this critical ^f'^ji^ I 
have confidence okh^^ m my- 
self to feel dwt I can {^ovMe 
the leadsFii^ which our pe&^ 
are demanding. 

"I acce{Mt dw ^pom^ky 
which is c^fered to me. I wifl 
eagerly seek the Repufattcw 
nomiimtion, and I look fonraid 
with great optimism to ih^Mi- 
ber 2, 1965-^ date whuA'^vtt 
mark in history die time uri^n 
Virginians demanded a retnni 
to a position of true leadeinh^i 
among the st^es of dM» peat 
nation." 

Mi-. H<4ton is a paduM ci 
Washington and Lee Univ»Nty 
at Lexington and receive im 
law dq^ee Itom HarvardfUtai- 
vtasity. 



PTA TO PRESENT SOT 



SEATACK — On die |W- 
^am at the nexf regular m»ft|ng 
of the Seatack Sdiool Smt 
Teacher Associatfon wiH be a 
skit eotitled *^Q#ing Ct^cn 
Off To SchwRlle skit i^lfc 
pre^nted in two parts witfi 'par- 
ents playing the role of 0b ctaP- 
acteri* diowing die righti and dM 
wrong way. ' 

There will be m Kiitus^HDit:. 
but tKkets will be sold to mam 
iiitere^ed in winning sime of die 
various prizes dnt wiH be given 
away. All proc^cb'wtll be' used 
to help witt the finapcial needs 
of the varbus depmrtmeots and 
the individual ^imoMis. 

The meeting will be heW on 
Monday at 7:30 p^ffl. thU wiH 
be die last meeji^ of'ti» year 
and all menrt>«« are urged to 
1» present. The v^sxK is located 
on Birdn«:k Road ia Virginia 
Beach. 

Charles WffllwtB is frerittent 
aiKi Mbs M. L. JohmoQ is f^Sf 
cipal. 



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!*A "' \ "' *0*1NIA«IaCH sum, ThuRday, May 13, 1965 



'r 







Gonplaintt 
On Crab Pots 



IM. WiUtaM p. Kail>i 
H Asm Utd« Lm«««. 



I (l»ft) U •■J^iat tli« epwMM J*!' e«reiiM>»i«« at 
WMi Ua i* Ton C »«cli. 



Cary Field for tlia 
(Boies Pketo) 



Uttte LMgfft Opens Season 




tYNNHAVEN — Princess 
Asne Lktk Le^ue held its open-i 
m^camiotMs h«t Sttunfay at 
5 p^m., at Carey Field. AlUm 
Mcl-jelbin, master of ceremnnies, 
iModuced the guest and past 
pr^id«it. 

jues were pre<«nted to last 
k"s sponaors. They wert: 
fcwood Memorial Park, 
KVSi's Antiques, WGH, Dream 
C^struction, , J>o u t h e r n Ma- 
terials, Acet t>ucey, Paul's Cities 
Stfvke. Foundry* Methodic 
Cfcprch, Aetna Life Insurance 
CcMnpany, William's Hardware, 
iHMrbert Harrdl's Florist, Oc«ina 
J^Bt R«en» Association, and 
MDdimn, S^far ihd Ho^n. 

The following new sponsors 
Iv ihit coming s«Mon were re* 
i%tuz«! : Sadler Materials, John 
lt#Kessler, Be^h Fleet Rescrve- 
Kmk* No. 166 atwl King's De- 
pertment Store. 

Dele^te WilKam P. Keihm 
Inlce to thw pMtnts and boys m% 
«• importsiKX of basest in the 
l^riopmeM of sound bodies and 
JHiMis for mir future otizew. He 
pressed the Httfe league pledge : 



2 

4 



2 

4 



"I trust in God \ 

I bve my Country 

«id wiB r«pect «lB Ja«fs. 
1 «tt i^y imr 

and fto^¥<; w ute 
Btit win or ntt 

I Will alimys do my best." 

After tlw ecfemwues, a game 
hturasi the Dukes «iid the Sttgs 
#M f^^. Tht Stags wwi be- 
hind 0ie {Etching of Rteh Byers 
iiHWi six runs. The Dnk<K scored 
rtftee runs, Twtmiy Coiicb tm Ae 
'miund. • ' , 

' a^^tm ■ 

May K ' ; 

' R H E 
Sti^ ' 6 5 

tefces 3 ts I 

^P— Bye^ Lf^-^Cmdr ; 



May 8 
]•!» 7 4 

^46 
\VP— Shaw, LP— Downing 

Anzwsr ' 14 15 

Oioles " 7 4 

W'P— Bennett, LP— Patton 

HR— Hunter {!)— Artfacs 

HR— Johnson (I) — Orioles 



.^ STANDINGS 

Won Tjost 

Stags 2 

Anzaoi 2 

Jets 2 

B«rs I 1 

Dukes , , 1 1 

Orio^ 2 

Rd)els 2 

P^Jpers -0 ■$ 

4 < 

macAi FiTMEsr 

SET T 



U-K PARTICIPATES 

VmCINIA BEACH— Union 
Kpmpsvillie Hi^ School parti- 
cipated in die Penn Relays held 
recemly in Philadelphia. The 
"Tigers" of Virginia Beach won 
5th p4ace in the mik relay of 
hs class. 

T4jis fifth consecutive annual 
participation was preceded by 
winning one first place; two sec- 
ond places; and a third place. 

Even though the "Tigers" of 
Union KempsvjJIe did not excell 
any [Mrevious year, it did win a 
place in *he event. 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
<!tt^ annual Physical pitn^s 
mtt wfll be hdd at Cox High 
Sdlool Stadium on May 20, l^- 
gmmng at 10 a.m. 

Bnneotary Grades (4th - 
Ttt) ctf the Virginia BmcIi Pub- 
Ao Sdiwd wiB participate, an4 
A if ezbected diaft 847 omtest- 
aAs am comp^ for the Physi- 
cal Fitnee Shields. They will be 
awarded to eacii gnide-Jevel 
Chuipioa, boys and eiris com- 
bined. 

I^reaenting the awards will be 
Mis Ijouke LuEford, director of 
{wnumel and elementary super- 
mt^i; Mrs. Grace Harrdl, Mrs. 
Miklitd Wilson, and Phiilip 



GOLFINfi THIEVES 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Two 

separate reports on the theift of 
golf clubs are being investigated 
by the police department. 

A complete set of women's 

goHf clubs and bag weit taken 

.from the Saxony Motel at 2116 

I Atlantic Avenue. They were 

lued at $205. , ™ 

"Several clubs, vahied at $50| 
were taken from Virgil Green- 
field's car while it was forked 
in his driveway at 420 Farming- 
ton ^load. *" ^ -^ '^-=^-^-^^~- 



NORFOLK — Comphiints 
about iliegailly placed crab pots 
in the fairways cd mvikable 
channels are being receiwd by 
the Army Engineers in increas- 
ing numbers, according to Lt. 
Col. Fred B. Proctor, Norfolk 
District Army Engineer. 

One complainaiM reported 
that he collided with a crab pot 
in the channel fairway of jteck 
River, near Langley Ak Fcwce 
Base. Approximately $100 item- 
age was inflicted on his Ykmt. 

Col. Proctor stated that all 
complaints are investigated, and 
in each instance many crab pots 
have been found Hiirt were il- 
legailly placed in -ftie channel, 
and synthetic lines used instead 
of cotton lines to attach the 
floating marker. 

The Army Engineers re- 
moved 36 such crab pots from 
Back River. 34 from Lynnhaven 
Inlet, and 17 from the reMridt- 
ed area off Fort Story vt^in 
the last several days. All have 
been taken to the District Hewl- 
quarters ^t Fort Norfolk, 803 
Front Street. Col. Proctor said 
he would surrender the crab 
pots removed provided the own- 
ers proved ownership and fur- 
nished their namel and ad- 
dresses. 

The Engineers' }»troIs wti\ 
continue tJicir vigoruos cam- 
paign against tiiis hazard to 
navigation as long as crabbers 
persist in placing ttieir crab pots 
illegally in the rivers. 



iASkm IN TMB sm 



mfjf IPWWfc^flU V^^^nln 



May 



4 



WP— Wiiid. LP— Geori^ 
May 5 



21*2. 



Reppers 
AnsM 
Wl*-— fe^anore, 



1 '2 
r 6 



6 
2 



LP— Steward^ 



May 6 
Jm 5 6 1> 

Orkrfes 4 .6 3 ' 

WP-msar, LP— McNfttty 

]rtay> 
DOm 13 13 5 

&arii 5 5 4 

WP— EHer, LP— Wright 
I«— Denton (1)— Dukes 

Stai^ 6 7 1 

Rebels 3 3 3 

WP—Pajme^ LP— SmUey- 
Hft— Stratto'n (1 )— Stags 
HR— Coleman fl)^Stags 
HH— Ashlei. < 1 )— Rebels 

PLAZA UTTLE HAGUE 

PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA 
liCt's all be'bn ham! for the 
^t- sounds of "play Ball" as 
laaa tittle League opens 
sealbu on Saturday. 
CMhni^cRneBt tcnv- 
vnll begin at 12 130 p.m. 
« jM^ continue iq the en- 
tk cooperation md effect 
'wsady bewtput fwth 
a dqr of it,|iid ch^xr^ 
•r favot^ ^KM. 
day gsoM^ ^e sdie- 



ctfiA 



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,1 vs. Chaofeett 
s vs. ;Ang^s 
, pjn. 

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Half-Way Party 
Boosts Clean-Up 

SEATACK — Members and 
friends of the Virginia Bemfr 
Council on Human RekMiofn 
who attended die Seatack Area 
Clean-up "Half-Way Party" 
recently were given die fmvilege 
of holding the first meeting ck 
the .nearly complete^ Sj(Sg^ k 
Community Center. 



Jutt ruA a book about die rise of the hidividutl' being the 
only thiitt that ha# Mved every cultuM and n^k>n siiwe the b^- 
nu^ id dme. 1^ writw says Ant America is toi^ ovwdue fw the 
rise erf a few pec^e wiA the strei^ of character to go against 
the ti& of "tc^ethemess" that has booked us along wer di» 
last geoepdcM. I c^MiMn't agree mwe. I'm skk to ^^ of com- 
mittees Mdb (^Miwne to decide Mthing, and riie ettm that is 
made at aH ievek of family and naticm to just "fpt along <wMi 
everyone and e^^vlhing will be w>mlepful". 

Over a period of the last few years I Imve said and wriKen 
about my i DaHke erf tfiu emphasis on the part of n*»t p^^le to 
keep up wMi tie Joi»ses, not only about rtiings but abmM ^east 
Nobody — at least very few people— will venture an opinkMi about 
anything any more. Iliey stand around with their IwMk in their 
mental pockets and wait to see what is the ^^er line (rf thought 
for the moment. 

Doesn't seem to bother folks when you tell them to think 
for Ihemielv^. They seem to have sunk back iirto a mx, Ht 
cusM<M) of ^oo-opinion" and *ey don't even want to think about 
anything that is at all deferent. That's bad enough, but when they 
run for cover and shuffle their fe« over a contro\«pirt matter, 
it is enou^ to make you weep. 

I ahvays kx)k forward with pleasure when I kw>W IHft gcnn^ 
to be able to spend some time with someone who has some scrfi^ 
flat-fo<«ed opinions about anything. Thej^— or stMneone wWi this 
strength — ^fust mi^ make the differeiKJe in this silly wwld. Next 
time you feel in good shape, mash a friend against the wall and 
try to grt him to express a nice hard view about iom^ing. !t 
doesn't have to be a matter for the United Nations, just som^htng 
to see if he'H take a firm stand. If he does, fry to talk him out erf 
hisposition. If he won't bud^, then never tose him is a frienl. 
You can't afford to write him off for any reason. 

Easiest wwy in tJie world to find out if you've been wastir% 
your time witfi peqirie who'd drop you like a hot potato if you 
happened to expr»s an opinion contrary to wiiat all the nitwits 
expect. 



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BASBtAU 




ji^::usN, 

Recrea^iop CSjairman'lor Tram- 
wood SAooJ. * 

The MidgiHs won Ihe: Virginia 
Bea^ Di^sira <]hamptonshipl 
Md lost <mly one pme tiitough- 
oot tile season which eiKled in 

Coad^. John R. Difto, A03 
U^ wid Curtis Gatrdn, were 
iSm mn^ttt^ Certificates. Their 
oeM^aies are fnesented by the 
Vte^^ Beach DepartmeiU of 
Recr»^. 

TENNIS BEGINS 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Virginia Beadi RecreiAion De- 
pntlaKDt bas anmsunced that 
tenna instructions will start this 
Saturday at the following 
icfaooli: Wncws Anne. Kellam, 
and Vlr^nia Beacfh Hi0i. 

Oaoes fw 10-14 year dd 
«Uidaits wiH start at 9 a.m. and 
teat uirtil 10:30 a.m. Oasses fcf 
15 vear dds and abow wiH sts^rt 
at 10:30 a.m. and last until 12 

Tennis instruotcm from ^ 
loeri High Sdwols wlH be pro- 
vlded by tbe Recreation Depait- 
nent ^w^tKs linvst provide Hisk 
&tm rad»te, etc, TTie RecreaiHdn 
I^^itmeiM wfll provide i^l 
1^^ Mis. 

Atetts wbo wish to ^y :«@i- 
iiAiM^ do flo at the itaae adHwl 
Mnd^-^Pikla^ at nUtt. Hie 
tUMi wM te i» torn 7 p.m. (o 




BY LT. EARLE T. HALE 
' V NAS OCEANA 
UTILITY SQUADRON FOUR 

(Fifth ia a scries ixn Cmnnonism to be pobiisiicd each mA) 

An ugly drizzle was still falling as a tall youi^ man moimted 
the podium. He was no more -than .thirty, but his intenwoess of 
manner made him seem much older. A crowd of about twotiundred 
and fifty had gathered, sipping, appreciatively, the hot coKee diat 
had been distributed. 

„v'i ""^ ^'■'"S to you the message of .the living Oirist," be b^ail, 
" . V. . of hope ... of jobs . . .of food fw yow fcunilies! I briiw 
to you your stolen manhood. 

'*THEY SAY that J am a communist! And I say to 
prcHidly, Yes, I am a communist. I am a communist, as Jesas 
was a commbnlst. 1 look upon your poverty, your hunger, 
jobless and I weep as Chris>t did. 

. 'H ** "*>t *at I am less democratic in my views than those 
who oppose me! It is, ratiier, that I have more compassion for your 
suffermg. I don't offer you words! I don't offer you charity! I doo^ 
offer you handouts! I offer you opportunity and a share of thit 
dream of freedom and democracy! 

"Is it wrong to stand with your head held high? Is it wtoiw to 
want to work hard for a fair wage? Is it wrong to want a deoent 
fiome for your family? Is it wrong to want food on your taWe and 
milk for your children? 

"Y^, I am a communist! And if wanting a decern life for you 
IS wrong then I am also wrong. They say that I seek to enslave wu, 
but 1 offer food and jobs, not chains. It is not slavery I speak of— 
"^■1, {"jedom! I offer you freedom from .the exploitation of the 
nch! I offer peace and freedom . . . freedom ..." xr" 

THE PLACE is New York and .the year is 1960. The crowd 
IS Americans— very poor Americans. What Ihey are hearing is 
what countless thousands have heard before in Russia, Poland 
Hungary and China. They *re being confronted, for the first 
time, with truth, half-truth, and unequivocal falsehood. They are 
basica ly good, religious people who want a decent wholesome life 
They lack, however the only genuine defense against communism 
-—education! Whetlwr, in the final analysis, they wBl resist diis 
fallacious aj^al is the test of our republic. 

Peace . . Fredom . . . Democracy— all words that are com- 
monly used m every-day oonvea^tion. To us these words have pre- 
cise meanmgs, but to a communist definitions need not be so 
fragile. When the communist speaks of freedom . . . well freedom 
means whatever he wants it to mean. To the communist the spoken 
and written word is used to mislead and deceive rather than to 
inform. 

Peace is defined, not as the absence of war but ratber as the 
absence of capitalism. Lenin said that "until communism has 
Shoved capitalism off the face of the earth, peace will be imtwssible 
and wiH not be permitted.'' The "peace-loving peoples" that tfie 
communists are wont to refer to, would apoear to be nothing mwe 
than hordes bent on our ultimate destruction 

CONSIDER THE WORD "freedom." To Americans this 
means being left alone to do as we please. But to Nickdai Lenin 
tfie word had an entirely different connotation. iLenin said "the 
flag of freedom will be waved a?ainst us ... but every freedom 
is a fraud." The only real freedom is in "the liberation of the 
working masses from exploitation, tmemolovment and oovertv " 
Freedom iflien, in the eves of the "RED WORLD," is the state's 
custody of all the t)eoo1e's civil rights in exchange for proteotioii 
from "EXPLOrrATION."' prorewwnf 

In the lexicon of the "we^em world," democmcy means 
»elf-fOvemment wjrti elected reiwesentatives enactinjj la*s which 
have survived genuine ddjate. But communist downa states that 
" . . democracy is in no way Inoompatible with the dictoloiSMo 
of one peiwm. ' ^^ 

ts dKcalorsi&p! It was withjii^ (wisled wonb «k1 equally twisted 
maa <liM Laaia bigMi lii^iraild fooqafit.** 



Gnidge Bun 
Sunday At 
Dragway^ ■ 

CREEDS — There wiH be 
action galore for dragstrip fans 
at the Virginia Berch Dragway 
this Sunday. 

Hank's "Trader,"^ a 1964 
Dodge Hemi Super Stock, has 
challenged Mayo R<»s and the 
WNOR Go Go Number One, a 
1964 Plymouth Hemi Super 
Stock, to a ^iidge run. 

Hank, who spent $10,{K)0 and 
a year and a half bufiding "Tra- 
der," said he |Hit all the work 
into his car just to beat '^3o Go 
Number C^," ts» fMtest Super 
Stock in Virginia, according to 
aubork^. 

Tbis dB^Ienge also kicbides 
Pop Whit and his 1964 Ply- 
mouth Hemi Super &ock "Sly 
Fox." Last \yeek "Go Go" took> 
its class with "Trader" coming 
in second and "Sly Fox" third. 

Abo a{^arii^ for the fans 
will be the Sawyer Brothers' 
Ford V-8 ptMvered Go-Cart 
whKfa has tiffOed up 110 miles 
per hour in die quarter mile. 



ELKS GOLF 



KEMPSVIijLE — The Vi^ 
ginia Beach Elks Golf Tourna- 
ment wa^ held recently at 
Kempsvifle Meadows. 

Norfdk Elks Lodge won the 
team tropby, a silver bowf whidf 
goes, to die four-man tram with 
die jowest grcKs sctN'e. 

Joe Curran of Virginia, Beadi 
was the Low Gross winner 
^tooting an 80. Other prize 
winners #ere Ed French, Clay- 
ton Btoxsom, Hu^ Koontz, 
and Bemie Kofira of Norfolk. 



STUDENT ART SHOW 

PRINCESS ANNE — Sev- 
eral hundred pieces of student 
ait will go on display at KeHam 
High School Tuesday night and 
remain on exbiyUonJtfa^uiijtl 
next Tliursday. 



Tm L$te to (bssify 

Loat 'Priik:e» Anne INaza, Fri- 
day, (ktiy-black very shaggy 
d(^ Red d>]^. No tags. 
Named "Owkie". 7 cbHdren 
are sad. Call S40-S332. 

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Daenm sails. Cuivas cover. 
Accessories'. Excellent condi- 
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In Virginia, 
after a day's fishing 
beer's the one... 
for good taste, 
goodftm 





Wherever you fish for sport— on the 
ocean, by the boomii^ surC or on some 
quiet country pond, it's great at the ^d 
of the day to head, for a rewarding glass of beer. 
While you're talking oVer the oria that got awav, 
or pan-frying the on« diat didn't, you ciijoy the 
hearty taste and cool refrcAment only a glaii <rf 
beer qui give you fo well. Yes, whatever ^r 
•port-bowling or stroUing, golfing or gardening 
-a frosty giuH tA hcex makes a mturally 
g^reat accompaniment. 





beach; 

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% m^ n^ «f V^gtoU Bewh was conceived at tke 
W« of a fairly atiir NriiMii la Vlrriwa Beack. TIDEWATER 
EMBUEMS at 1S16 Pom Head b ^"tmby" ol idui Ru«q»r. 
be% aM tun b^ in optrittctt for timoat ^ret ye^i. fiiic^iAwfi, 
inth tai w^ and two WMh^eel, Itts been pcodnckli i^ Seieen 
noc^i Printioi aa 1^069 array «f |mii^ a^ nockecttteBM. 

Scr^ prtMhv li a i«i<)ue firoeess nhich g^s back lo the 
ancient E|yptian> «|io used the jnethod to decoMe their fabrics 
arid the walk of iMt btMhp. Bui it took modem industry to 
djicover the tremeidoiM leope and versa^ity of today's seieen 
printing {voc^s. 

Brilliance of color, together with ori^wl des^, a»kt 
a^ieen ^'wtit^om of t^ moat ecoimnkal and effiotent i^iiti^ 
ft0sn$ ?mtum an ma^g uray of printei and flocked Items. 
^Itim to any fciface, and on any sha^jc. 

In addition to tiie (rffecid flag, TIDEWATER ^MBLEMS's 
s<«cn |>rinting procte is uaad to make disfrfay ca»ds, posteR, 
novelties, reflective traffic stem, metal name (^tes, 8elf-«dh«ive 
labeb, peniMnts, powoateed fnlo^irts ... you name H — U can 
bft made , . . screen jtfot^ss printing can be us^ to i»int on anything, 
even water (if you should happen to have »Mne use for it!) 

Flocking is a raised nap dTfect which » aa»mpHshed by the 
a^pfk^M! of flocking material to the wet paint des^ which has 
been seined. U sdcks ti^, is deariy defmed, and will not wa^ 
off. 



Gkamker Group Plans 
**glwR HeU Day^' 

DIAMOND SPRINGS — Tha AgriculMre Onmnktoe of iha 
VteMa B^eh OiMnber of. Gmnwoe iritt sponor « l^vn 
¥m^ Day" May 24> betw^n 10 a.a. and wxm at tiie Vir^ua 
Tn#| E]qi»tA»it tetion m. tMmBoond ^>rings. 
Tlie ev^ will be oo-spW' 





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4l^ 4N|il ^ lorm or whatever tfiejna^cii^ re- 

raperlf^M to^die ui^^^I 

in expiabis k, it it ama^gly. simple aitt tf* 

taly tliat veu could And any item too complikim 

to r8pio(kice, ealafge, reduce, or a dnign Hiat ooiMnl 

te ilMde. Awl Hie ftoe detail woric IriH be dearly denned IB^Mr 

cpmpipte aodtfactioh. Whether it is one emblem for an indivUual, 

a doznijhirtB for a club, or liundreds <^ postos tor an orpumti- 

ti^p, JJPEWATBR EMBLEMS can do ^ job— any job-^wu 

^ llmit^^a^iriewl. , ' , t^ j^ 

I^Ajiji jproving that a pew business can wwk with an older . 
e^Med ctmipany for mutual beinefits to an entire c^, the 
official flag of ^e City of Virginia Beach was pieaented to City 
Omc^l by lohn Honm^ of Tidewater Embl«ns and Charles 
T*ii^f oC the .VS., Pli« and Signal Co., an the jwot effort Tht 
sf^een ptoc^ pHtMkig was done at Titfewater EmUems and 0e 
flags wer^ made at VS. H^ and S^nd Ounpany. 



Mirad by the ^tion and VPI 
Ay^lttiral Eittenaion Service. 

An h(wr-k»g program (H in- 
fcmn^ve t<^Ics wiM be held in 
^ aucb^um b^ween 10 and 
H a.m. The final hour of the 
^ent will be devoted to a tow 
<sf nass plots. 

, Airi^ die first ^na: of 4m 
pfo^aa Viifinia Beach Agri- 
m^»m Afent E. R. CockrcH Jr. 
vU dkuM "Basic Cultural and 
&m Typ^ Problems of Lawm in 
IN Viir^ia Beach Area." 

Dr. Franklin B. Stewart, K)il 
sraloMiat t<H the station, wHi 
<tts(^ three topics: "Types of 
Orad^t— The Bert Location 
and XJsc erf Each;" '"Lawn 
Frepar^ion, Seeding and Re- 
leettni Practices;** and "Ox]-^ 
tural Practices, Fertilization and 
Weed Control." 

Dr. Sten^rt wiN i^so conduct 



Youngsters 
To Visit Here 



PUMNED FOR UGF 



NORFOLK — The Air 
Force RecriMtii^ SennCx will 
make a dramatic march bota 
Rkhnxmd to Noffey:, starting 
on Armed Forces Day, May 15, 
to help raise money for ceretmtl 
pidsied childmi i^ a<fcri(s in 
the Tl<tewater Area. 

In a jomt annowncefloett IrtHn 
(he Air Foree ami Uailed Cew- 
bral Palsy c^ Metropofitaa 
Ifemptoo iRoads, ^. "Buz" 
S^wyei and UCP Cmipaipi 
Chairman, John M. mm, 
said, "^r Force Remuting per- 
s<snel will march so ihM cere- 
' bi^l ]»Wed children amy walk." 

"The special event wiB be- 
gin mid-'way in the annial 
Campaign which <UCT is etm- 
ducting, May 1-31,- saki ^soh. 
OQier ^.ivities nctetle; Teen 
Tag, Day, and Teen Oas-A- 
ThOTs, Bu^ess 4k ProleaHMtal 
Oinvfps,, the jlesidentiiri Drive, 
|4us coin containers and aj^eal 
mailli^. 

I Sit. Sawyer indicated tiiat a 
goeil tot <he Maicii ha$ h^n s^ 
at »anwimatelv $100 per mile 
— 50J6^ per $i.O&-lor a total 
of $10,000. "We «rlH M^ gohfe; 
from 6 a.m. to 6 p.iR.^evety day 
until -we have\««Mved that 
amount of public dtmsinkns, no 
nntt«r how tohg it takes, al- 
tiiou^ we wcHild Ute to end our 
March s^ocessfiiHy m Norfc^ at 
leaat by the end d the Udp 
Dd^e, May 31% allied S^jt 
Svwyw. 



A number ci activkies are 
being developed to stimulate 
public domitions and pimiges 
alcmg tiie highway from motor- 
ists, and from fmdents Afough 
the maR, teleplwne and e^Ms 
^ged in ctmununides. 



VfRGINIA BEACH— About 
50 youngsters from the Melod- 
ist Qiildren's Home in Rich- 
mond will enjoy a full ^^fe 
o£ at^ities here this weekend 
as guests of the Lowell Laymen 
Sunday School Okss of Vir- 
ginia B^ch Mediodist Chwth. 

Upon their arrival Friday af- 
temook'thev will be presented 
weteome gifts of baskets filled 
wkh salt water taffy and rtiat 
aifiA will be entertained with a 
h^btenanny at Martha Washi^- 
t<^ Hotel, wh^e they will atay 
4mi^ dietr visit. 3===s^ 

The Armed Foron Day H- 
ntfe wiU <»en ' the Satiuday 
schedule, fottowedrhy a sight- 
se^ng trq> about Virj^ma ^each 
4m.|he cky's minktfure ttams, a 
f#^ OMui fdHT 'i'Kngo 
"^ ^^ at the hotel. 

Al^ atending worship serv< 
itm at tile Afethodist Church in 
a group Stotfay mommg, they 
win return to the hotel for a 
ootH(:-oat around the poof. 

In tile ev«it of rain the sched- 
ufe will 1% altered to include a 
tour ol the Oceana Naval Air 
StatHXi Md a special parachute 
junip, i^mes at the hotel and a 
ioat ci Little Creek Ami^ibious 



the torn oi gn»s plots simI ex- 
pkm si)8h cultural fN-ac<i<xs as 
tolilixation and l^bk;ides ftn- 
crtlbput control. 

GraMes to be viewed wiH in- 
clude lU different rarioties mi 
Mrains of Bermuda, two varieties 
of 2^a, Cantip^e, Kentucky 
31 FeMue and Koitucky Blue- 
grass. 

W^ltoffl H. Brktingham is 
chairman of die Lawn Field 
Ehiy dommittee. Wmicing with 
him are CockrdI,' W. Roy 
Payne Jr. and Dr. &ewart. 

Howard E. Jones is chair- 
man of the chamber's agricul- 
turp committn. Members in- 
cluck M. R. Adams, Britting- 
ham, A. B. Crews, (>ckrell, R. 
H. Deford Jr., Harold Durham, 
George FerreU, W. Clark Flem- 
ing, RalfA L. Frost, Sidney 
Kreger, Francis Lay, Capt. C. J. 
Lee, Al MadCay, A. R. MaiHies, 
R. P. Midgut. Walter Munden. 
Curtis Payne, W. R. Payne Jr.. 
Jtrtm M. Potter, Jdm W. Pot- 
ter, N<wris W. Shirley, Dr. 
Stewart and Earl Tebauk. 




BELEGATE TO ISRAEL 



WASHINGTON — Loufe 
Mfrman (A 549 Holbrook Road 

wiJJ 90oa depart for Israel as , _ -^-,. ., . _. . ^. 
part of a 1,300-perapn airiift offfjj- ^'"'^'^ ^''"*' ^^^ 



Am^lcan and Ca|iadtan dele- 

Siiu and guests to the B'imm 
'rUi trinmal convoitiM. 

M^mu, a past presidrat of 
IXstito 5 of the Jewi^ service 
o^puHzation, is an elected dde- 
fate to the international meeting 
<^Biog May 23 In Jerusalem. 

He departs May 20 on a 12- 
day tr» which includes post- 
oonvmtion touring of Israel. 



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MGAMKEaTAL 

LATOOre, Pa. ^Thomas 
J. McOarvey» Jr., am of Mr. 
and, Mb. tlxnnas J, McOarvey, 
380O.Edinbui:gh Dr., will pre- 
sent a ndr^n rieckal in the Ba- 
stfica of St. Vincent Aix^abbey, 
Latrobe, Pa., Sunday, at 3 p.m. 

A senior music majcM- at %. 
Vincent Co^l^e, McQarvey wiU 
DTMent tills recital m putial 
niWlmeitt of the lequirentents 
for a hachekv <3i arts ^gree. He 
h a aludeM of Jean RsLCvem, 
fonneriy <rf Germany, and now 
{HofUaor of organ at St. Vincent 
and organist and choir director 




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VUiOINlA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, A4AY 13, 1945 

SKTIONt ■ 



ARMED FORCES 
DAY SERVICES 

LONDON BRIDGE — Lon- 
don Brld« Ba^st Church, lo- 
cated at 24^ Potter 1^^, will 
observe Armed.l^rces Day.Sun- 
day whh a flag ceremtuiy to be 
held at the 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 
a.m. services. 

%>ecial music for the services 
will l» furnished by a Men's 
Ch<Mr. A OiMdren's Choir com- 
posed of the Junior 1 Depart- 
ment of the Sunday Sdiool will 
sing "Marching With the 
Hwoes". 

All active, retired and reserve 
men and women of our Armed 
Fevers are invited to attend in 
dress uniform. 

The Rev. G. Edward Hughes, 
pastor, will deliver a sermon on 
the subject "God Bless Amer- 



PLAZA PHONE PROJECT 

RICHMOND — The Chesa- 
peake 4nd Potomac Telephone 
Company of Vir^ia's board of 
(Krectors recently af^ropriated 
over $2-miHion for st^e-wide 
expenditures, including a $21,- 
800 approproticm for a Vir- 
ginia Bk^ch project. , =— - 

The approprbticm wM be 
used for an outside pfauK, Vir- 
ginia Beach Managn L. F. Pat- 
rick said. Cable will be placed 
on &Hith Haza Trail, Rosertiont 
Road and Apphui A^niK. 

"This work is beim ^bne in 
order to provide tetejihoM serv- 
ice to new ctntomen In tiw sub- 
ymkan ol fil|f^DU*Ai»e 
n»l , and . Wijidsdr Woods. 
Patrick wL 




WITH THE GREATEST OF EASE — FIo«Ub« ob • cmMob of air »r»*idM kf •! 
prop* OB !u undorsijo, Ik* **Hy\ir«*UMiBor," •■ • xporimontal I«»41h( croft, w o^voDjr ot 
wotor' or lond. It ia eurroatly boias toatoJ by tbo NoTy and will bo on 4i*pUy for Amodi 
Doy opoB houso, Sotvrdoy oaJ Saiidoy at tbo Uttio Crook M«ir^ AnpbiUoM Bmo. 

Little Creek Open House Sat. & 




LITTLE CREEK -i» The ious School. Atoo open to the 



"Gator Navy" at Little Creek 
Amphibious Base, Norfolk, is 
going all out Saturday and &m> 
day to provide area citizens with 
a comprehensive report on how 
their defense^ cbHar is being 
spent 

'nv occasion ^ Armed F<m^ 
Week, witfi the Uieme "Power 
For P«M»." The gates of die 
Amphibious Base will be open 
froM 1 to S p.m. both Si^rdey 
and Sunday to exciting dtn^o- 
atraitiom and im^estuig ex 
Mbits. 

MkiM^m mhibnous attaote 
wW hem 9^mt hour in buiki- 
ti^ 3503 of the Naval Amphib- 



LOVE EXPLORED Vk 
LimE THEATRE SHOW 



bing^. 

Inohided in Mr. McOarvey*s 
pn^am wHl b^ works of five 
conpoaers — Sweelinck, Bach, 
Fraiick. Vtone, and Lnn^is. 

Mr. McQarvey plans to pur- 
sue graduate studies in the mid 
(rf imwiM^y after graduation 
from St Vvicent. He was a 1961 
gtachiate of Primxss Anne Hi|(h 
Miopl^^l,ynnhaven. 



Omrter Presentation 



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Love wtt explored in all its 
fecets for an evening of eiHer- 
tainment and fun at the Cmirt- 
y««l Playhouse last Thursday 
evoiing af the Lktle Theatre of 
Viifima Beach pr^ented *'The 
Irramlar Veih to Love" 

1m first-n^t audience greet- 
ed ea<^ «^or and act^ with 
appiai^ as he or rfie oame on 
a^, and enthusiasticaHy ap- 
^aoded each particularly amus- 
ing speech or action. 

The stwy eVolves around 
"Ife<kia Rankin", who as a dedi- 
cated animal lover, returns Iwme 
to ha waiting femily after 
nentMng a year in prison for 
M}wing up. fur shops. Finding 
htt family m various sta^ of 
.emotional disturbance, she fully 
expepy to be able to take over 
tite reins and smooth out aH 
difficulties. But it doesn't vrark 
out ^at way. 

Angela Walker is a thorough- 
ly enchanting '*Hedda"^ and ^e 
pla^ with each emotion mth 
convincing reality. When she is 
on die stage, it is more like 
eavesdrof^ing on a neighbor- 
hood family argument than ob- 
serving a prtay . . she absents 
herself completely in the role. 
Her daughter, "Lucy Beckitt", 
is played by Diana Harvey, and 
as the immature girl who has one 
disolved marriage behind her, 
^e seeks to find love with or 
without mamage. Her indecision 
«3d all-wrong philosophy are 
expertly played by the young 
actress who makes her first a^ 
pearance with the cast cf Vii^ 
finia Beach Little TTieatre. 

l*e Cohen, plays her lover 
who wante to Iw her husband, 
"Michael Vickcfli", His is a 
familiar^ lace to Little Theatre 
audiences and he gives his usual 
fine performance. ^ ' 
"Andrew" is Hedda's beatnik 

JoMfik D. Foltea, (riffbt) pMsMoat of tba racoatly chartarod Local Mo. IM, NaUenal Aoaocia' I SOn, and he appears On the SCene 



to aH. Susan Epstein really 
learned Greek fw her part and 
ber iMntomimqs fully exprNa 
everyAmg s^ needed to convey 
to <the audience. SN is a ywina 
actress, fuH <rf tatent, with lAucb 
potential kn her planned futore 
as a fircMdway actress. 

Phil Uhler, an outrtafiding 
performer wHl known to thmtre 




tioa o( S p a cia l Dalivory Maiia ag a rt . raeaivoJ tbo Cbartor Cortlfieala fraat Poataiaator Joaaj^ T. 
CroMwUto. Jr., 4ariaf a w r a iaay haU bi Uia po»tasa«tar'« of flea oa ApHI 90. 

OllMr afOein al Vtogkria Saa^ Uc^ Ne. IM. N.A.S.O.IL. «ra NaiWrl S. Joaac. Tica 
waMaM tmd P^aUia §. tteftMttri. M<»aiM7-trM««rar. AD Spacial DtoKf«fy IbMai^an af Iho 
yN|»l« BMck INrt tjfflaa 'mm'm^tmr Maabara af Lacal Na. fM, wUcb b a? HIUita4 witk Tin 
af Sp a cial PaB ^ a r y MaaaMifan. 



with "Fedra", a yo^ng Greek 
gill who speaks nb Engluh. 
Barry Meyerwitz malss his sfia^ 
tlebut in tiiis imxhictk^n and lus 
taStBtad jpoi^yal is «mtt«i|K 



sonorous 
voice, very pleasing to the ear, 
whidi carried tbroughtMit the 
tiiei^e. \ 

Jbanne DeCarlo played 
"Rachel Stone" who intervbwed 
Hedda. To this reviewer, the 
past portraying writers was 
rather ridiculous, but hcf pet- 
fcMrmance of it was without a 
flaw. 

Diane Wilson was excellent 
as the housekeeper, "Mt% 
Couter", and her ideas on i»oper 
child-raising met with the aud- 
ience approval. Don Wilson as 
"Mr. Andrikos", the Greek 
waiter, showed excellent casting 
for a difficult character role. He 
also learned his Greek w^U. 

The entire three acts of "'Rie 
Irregular Verb to Love" takes 
place In the Rankin's matscmette, 
opposite the Zoo in Re^nt's 
Park, and the set design by Neal 
Thomas was quite lovely and 
appropriate for all the action 
taking place there. 

The entire cast deserves beu- 
qurts for their peerless perform- 
ances of this the las't presenta- 
tkm <rf the Little Theatre of Vir- 
ginia Beaich for the ciurent 
season. Much of its eXselkasse 
must be attributed to the fine 
direction given by Bill Britton. 

"The Iqpular Verb to Love" 
will be presented Friday and 
Saturday nights at the Courtyard 
Playhoiae, 17th street <rff At- 
lantic Ave. Tickets may be jnir- 
chased at the box office, morn- 
ings and evenmgs of peifonrm- 
am^ nights. Curtain time is 
8:30 p.m. 

Dom Padrick 



public will be the school's Am- 
phttMous Museum with ship 
mo(kls. Marine comlMt equip- 
ment, a ship-to-shore exhibit, 
ship characteristics trainer ex' 
htbk, and an amphrb«}ijs ter- 
rain board 

Tours of an am(Aibk>i» ^ip 
will begin at 1 p.m. aul last tufc- 
til S. As part of tiie ship tour 
the movie "Seapower" made by 
Warner Brothers and narrated 
by G4em R^ti wll -be shown. 

Another opos hoi^ sp^i^ud 
ii M exhibil mA peribdk; dean- 

cuomcmimer, iMt experimeirtai 
faindli^ crtilt. This n^e-a-moiute| 3:lf, 0$ 4*14 
vehicle ilo«ts oveir water and 
land on a cushion of air, Hcv- 
hy, four di^rent tvpes erf land- 
ing craft will be h&tch^ widi 
their ramps dovm, pli» disf^yi 



of equipment ttwd bjf^ i iipt ribj 
ious beach ^ups. 

In anMer open house k»- 
vfty, "Frogmen," kmiwn mow 
fiMmally as Iterttniialii Demo* 
IJitpn/mm members, viR Mk| 
lo'flie ««ter tot cast a^ t&^m 
mf denKM^nMras at 1, ^^ 
aSw 4 p.m. 
also be on 
toun^ te 
port sutmorte (^ Sea 
which cA» mfikiJkmgsm 
sea, and wtotl^r ampkr ' 
fcAv^ g|i^ wiB he oAffied. 

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ART SHOW AT COX 

VIRGINIA MACH — The 
t^ Art Show, whjoh is plannnl 
to be an anmrnl Affair at Frank 
€^x Hi|^ School, v^ held l^t 
week at the school. ' 

Judges were Mrs. G. M. Jef- 
ferson, Mrs. L. W. Amierson 
and Vsinet Miteftell, and they 
awarded the Frank >R. Ford 
Trophy to Karen Huxter for her 
painting, "The Day's Catf^", as 
Best in Show, 

The Art Exhibk featured 
three categoria in which prizes 
were awarded. For Sculpture, 
Karen Ocrmire received first 
prize; Terry Fkwers, sscoiKi; 
and third prize went to Ricky 
and Sootty Richartb. For Paint- 
ing, Glynn Humphries was 
awarded the firat prize, while 
Fred Rudiger got the second, 
and Julia Potter the third. Fo; 
Mixed Media, tlK first prute 
went to Glynn Humphries, the 
second to Fred Rud^r and the 
third to Jan Saxon. ■ 



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im tiiO, 3:30, md 4sMt 1%* 
WimUm wlH ^ve m$amm u 

tiona m a ^uk «» 1:45,^^^^^ 
3:45 «nd 4t4S. 

Aa <^eft house leatwail ac- 
tual timai]^ seaiia^ dM H^ 
bits of Inini^ 
be ^cws^^ by 4^ 
rineCt^an^ 
serS« Tr^^ 
ait 1 p.m. and iasts up 

For dtoae w6o like ^k 
Vll|fiut Beach is pWpttg an 
Anncd Forces Dftv j^m SM 
uniay. Most ,TSdewi^'^<^ 
miStttry ins)illatioi» aii pin- 
ning to partidpatt, wM Jpito. 
marching unks and btAk. 1^ 
parade b^im at )0«.^, _^i 

Inking spms M tdte ^^^ 
ious Base is plentiful. As W^sn 
arrive at the g^s thffjgl <» 
given a wekome tboadmsi^- 
tet contammg a map of i^laiQ 
wkh. ^ <&^y Md 4imu0$tti- 
tion awl parku% AreiMi 4^)y 
marked. 'Refn^iments'ji^ be 
a\«ilable itom taol^i^^^^mjiem 
during the opm hotve ]$e^db 
both Saturday and Sumky. 




PictarMl witb Ibair palariat* arc (lafl ta ^bt) iMiaJa Mf bt.' 
prooidoBt of tbo Art a«b| KaMM HaslM'. wtrntmr ^ l^t ia Sbaw^ 
mad Fro4 Radigor, c%Mrma af pratHM cw>te a. 

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10^ UB.— amta^ SGhool 
IlIo tJBw— VocMp Swlos 
f^ pjn.— evoniag Servioib 

MOWff OUVl 

BAriist onoKa 

Btf . T. M. Wii^j taatav 
9:30 «.!&.— Cbordi Sobool 
lUAO ajii.-Moniqt WonHdp 
pjp^-- Bvwiin Woriidf 



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PvioceN Aane^orf Hmm 



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ttt^ ajik-r-Morai^ ^*i^ 

7«0 pm -^wah^ W ||||p 

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pincmLL BAfnsT 

In PriDccM Aiwa Oottntjr 
^ miia part Ooeaaa i ^ 

T. I. n^^'saSb ii^M 
att.~4tandiiy Schdol 
a>ii|^— V^pntt^ Sn^^oa 

7:10 pJD.— Eveniag Stf^ 



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7120 Kanptyile 
A. D. - 
9:4S aJB.— Suodasr Si 
HM ajii.-4itom{^ Wor^ 

BAPTIST CHimCft 
IUt. BaUrt N, WalUca. FtJM 

Va. Beach Blvd. adJolniii|r 

, Princeaa Anna High School 

8:80 a.m. — Horninff Worridp 

9:80 a.m.—8andasr School 

11:00 a.m. — ^Morntot Worahlp 

tIMttomM, 





is^SAim 



BM. 
AIMkdlat O&B. 

0^ 1:00, 9:30, JIKW, 12:30 
in te SMunfiir T:30-8:30 



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ttMi ajB.~rlVVnhito aamvoe Smnmei 
MonttM » 

9:««m J^ltetft SdKial 
1140 




fr. MATTHBHH ' 
CATii(M4C CnLUCa 

1010 Savdlra Laaa. Yli#da B«acli 

mi nSi 



r^ihar OUan 

Sueuacr Ma«ea: 740, 9:00, 10:30 

iNiii 11«) 
Cooffeaiioe aadi SUurday 4:00 pm. 

to 5:00 pjn. and 1:00 to 1:00 pA. 
HKma KI 3-9333 




The future holdB fhe soeret, aad {Iff 
guess ! He may be a great statesman some 
or maybe a world-renowned athlete or 
or perhaps a scientist ... but m(»t Wsxifyf jt 
Average. ^^ 

Of course, a lot will depoid on his oppo^imM| 
his God-given talents, his character, and hll w^ 
Jng. ■ i-^- 

Anything could go wrong along the way — pOCt 
health, bad examples set by his parents loid asSti* 
ciates, a broken home, neglect, and false ilriluei. 
But why make a list? The possibilities Ibor. Ibil 
child's failure in life are so numerous tiiat ^ iaidfaB 
us shudder — and the worst of it, we can pltamiif 00 
Idm nothing. But we can give him hope and fttttiu 

StWDding ready and anxious to hdp h^ H^ 
Church and the precepts which it teachH. It u 
our duty and our piivil^ to help spread the spirit- 
ual principles of Christian living in practice as wdl 
as in waxd so^^iatitlis yootti of ottr natibn wO| ftSl 
some meaning te the palli of life wMdt so strii^illj^ 
twn^ and turns toward souri hoped-for goaL 




KIAU 
ni CHURCH 

Jfeftagriatert 

AtthabuUd. 

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Snaday 


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Paalma 


Btovarba 


Jaremii^ 


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GeUtians 
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8:21-27 


60:29-34 


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IaBEBNAQUI suntWMHBt 
CttUROi 

Mnoen Aniia. Virgiola 
Bar. P. S. Shall, HUaUtar 
9^ aim.— Cfauich School 
llsQ ajn.— Infornins Wonhip 



IHAUA METHODEST cmiBCfl 

Pine Ave:\ & Via, BeMJi Bhd. 
WilUui L. A^Mt. PMtor 

9v4S a.m.^-Sunday Sdiool 
10-45 ajD.— Wonhip 



BAYtAia AOTHODKr CBIliK3l 

Sbon Oriva at Tteawta Iriud Dt. 

Bignida 

BaiiBoaa 1. MoaMr, MinUtar 

1:30 A 11 ajn-^Wonbip Sorrtoa 
9:45 ajn. — Sunday Sdiool 

CHABfrr Mn^dDvr gbukh 

Baiek Bhjr, Vininla 
Bar. WBBpH A. Mioi, Jb 

10:00 
(IKW 



am.— <liw«ii I 
ajp. — ^Mytiiku 



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FOUNDRY MBniODSr 
CHlAtCH 

Vtrcima Beadi BonlevaidL Lyrabavea 
^^I3aagi8t EbcM, paitor 

'8;^. am. and 11 am.— «rvioaB 
'^o a.m.-<3iurah Sohod 
6:30 pjn.— YouUi Peflowsh^ 

BEECH QROYB 
ME(IWM)1ST CHtACB 

Priocew ^me 
Roy R. JachaoB, Putar 

10;0e a.to.— (%ordi School - 
11:16 a.m. — Morning WoraUp 



FRANCIS ASBURT 
MEJHOOST CmjRCH 

CreBt Neck Road 
L«Roy Darb, Maittar 
9:45 ajn.— Cfaoicjh School 
lf:IO a.m.— Moraine WoMfalp 



fCOTTMEMOnAL 
, METHODIgr CHURCH 

Fint Caloaial Raad 
»H. Wark Cvr^, Paator 
u—Chttich School 
L— Monditt W<mA1p 
7:30 pan.— YouUi FeUowih^ 




H AYCQO P MEMORIiO. 
MiriWDBT CHURCH 

<; 471 S Haygood Road 
MMa G. iMg, Jr.. Pa«lor 

9:46 a.m. — Church School 
,l),:00|(^a.m: — ^Morning Wondiip 

■AYGOOO METHOOm 

CHURCH 

S149 tanfcon Roal 

S d te d Ul a 9i ScrvlcM 



Wonhip SonrioaK 8:^0 aJB.. 9:45 
a.m.,afld 11 ajh. ^ 

Oiurph Sdbtmi Cor al aia gnwpc 
9:45%.«. 

Secofxl aeirioe of Cterch Sehapl at 
1 1 a.m. (tor driMrea op thMilh 7* 
irada aod adotta. 

MetiKxfat Yoirth FdbfnUp: 7 pm- 
for wung oeopia— 7<4, 8th and 9tfi 
grades h Junior W0i Oroap uafi 
imh wnde op for Smtbt (MMp. 

I^rlaadi waloomad. 



■ianapi^aiBa _ 



USTBOOVt CmmCM 
^Hdila Waa4 H.C 

lO-^^^i^ufld^iy^^ 



SALEM MBilitiDlSr CHURCH 

Priooeai Anna, ^^rgliua 
MkD.; 



Rrr.Fkaakl 

tO:00 ajn.— -MoRiait WorMdl» 
11:00 a.m.— Cburdi Schotd 
7:30 pjn.— Yoodi Felkmrfiip 



ifEitiiDmfT 




Acradalv -^ 

Rav. Jata L. IdMar, Jr. 
9:45 8.01.— Oanrch StiiocL 
1:00 a.|tt^-Sf«nta« WonUp 
7:30 pjn^YouiFBUmrahip 

LTNNHAVEN ikElBODBT 
CHURCH 

Uttk I^ Road 
Uv. Otcar V. Radrira«i, Faatar 
0K)0 a.m. — Church &h|pM^^ 
1:00 a.n.— MominglrPm 



NiMMo umlumm church 

MMia Afloa^ViiiiBia 
Biffhaak D.laaMa 
10:1S aju^-OuKcb School 
11:11 ajD.— Moniat WonhJp 

GAUUHIBPBPOiFAL CHURCH 

40ih«Rd Fadfio-OA 8-3573 
Thajfv. liitiH BaMy. tttltai 
lia ISv. MBiTwritaL AaMaai 

8 a.tB. — ^Boly Communion avary 

Sunday 

9 a.m. — ^Moralhg prayer and 

Bariiioa. (Holy Com* 
mdnioa every 4th Sun- 
day.) 

10 a.m. — Chunsh School llanea. 

11:15 a.m.r— Homing prayer and 
Senaofl (Holy Comaan- 
lea av«ry lat Sunday.) 

ST, IRAl^lS' 
IPISCOFAL MISSION 

- t.Cl«pK 



OCEANA CHURCH 
. OF Tftt MAaURENB 
S. CmstHonMM^ Oceana, Va. 

9:45 aja.— Suaday Soniel 
10:45 ajB.— Mmdat WooUp • 

TiMFLB IMANUEL 

^fh jWiJ9aH ilo.Vlii^ Beach 

TM aS-Sarvicaa Mea-^Pri. 
8:18-pA.— Friday-Sabhalh Sarvicei 
10:00 am.— Sat.-5aM>oth Se):vka 
8:00 a JB.— Services Sunday 

EMANUAL 

LUTHERAN CHURCH 

KaaMth A. Pric«,.FattAr 

Lynn Shores Drive 
at Va. Beach Blvd. 
9:10 a.m.— Sunday Church 

School. 
10:30 a.m. Worship ^rvlea 

(ainsery providea} 
6 :30 p.m. — Luther LaiMtua 



' GEMTAIiOl^ 

Espart La£a« aad Haas All««li«w 

ALL KINDS 

SlOe PACIFIC AVENUE 



PHMt 4Sl-««4S 



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PLOWiKS 
HKBERT HARROL FUHHST 

PHCmE 4aS-S73a 



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ItANaEUCilL LU^ttAN 
CmACV of the GOOD imUERD 

1489 LaaklB EMd 
Rev. IMekaoa W. "nvlar 

9:JN) a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Worship 
8:30 p^ — Luther Laagae 

OUR SAViOUVS 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Aiyhdce Piaea. Bayiide 
iLcaaeth R. Carhaagh. Pafllar 

8:16 a.m. — Worship Service 
9:30 a.m.— Chureh School 
11:00 a.m.— Worship Sarvioa 

. IJRINCE OF PEACE 
- LUTHERAN CHURCH 
— (Missouri Sfcnio^ 
4M Klags Graat Raai 
Rav. 1. Ehatf Medlef , ~ 



JOHN SENTSri tV 

SALES R SERVICE 

sold Virgiaia BmI* BoalaTari 

ADMIRAL — RCi — ZENITH 

COLOR SPEClAUST Fh<»li 941-Sd4B 




8:00 ajn. — ^Divine Wmsbip 
9:15 a.m.— Sunday School and 
BibhOaM. 
10:30 a.m.— DiVmJe WonUp 

ly, QMnmuaion — 1^ ud 3nl 
Sunday. - 

KPIGV GRAm 
PRBRYTinAN CHURCH 

(Now meetmg in the King's Oraat 
Eleinentaiy School) 
RaymoadC. fVttaa, Paetat 
9.50 a.in.— Simday School 
11:00 ajn.— Mocnfag W<HsUp 

BAY8n>E»mYTEBLiN 
CHURCH 

Near RobMna Coraer 
Reir. 1. E. Johaeoa, Pailar 

9:45 ajn.— Sunday Schod 
11:UU ajn.— Monung Wonhip 



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toaioi Briiiai f a. ai4 

Mth SIrtat R Afdk Avaaif 

Vbtfhria Beack 



MUROEN DRUG CO., Inc. 

Praaipr • Ef fidaat PraaeHptiaa Sanriaa > 
Phaaa 340-SI 1 1 S264 Va. Baach RivdL 

* FREE DELIVRRY 




THALIA TRfNTTY 
PRESBYTERIAN CHUBCH 

No# raeelii«bi the 
ThaHa ElemaoMHy School 
irvlpg R. Slahhs. Mlalgat 
9:30 a.m.— Mondac Wknddp 
10.'45 aju.— Church School 



BCmTiikK 
IYTERLIJ4CH1 




JUCIES METHOOISt 
SSfO Vbfiaia 
Rav. C. Kataa 

iJarly Wonhip ServicI 
Jhurch School 
Ate Worahlp Sarviea t 
foth Fellowsh ip Hi 

OnBEL MrE11IGHH# 4 

Prlncaaa Ann 
Roy R. JasliMB, Pastor 
10:00 a.m. — Momiaff WerM>iF 
1:00 A.M.— <]hi»reh Seha^ 

PLAZA HKTHOL 
^Plaaa 
•It G. He' 

9:45 «.».— 43b|iroh 

11:00 aJlk^Wonblp 

7:00 pjD^— YdeHi ' 




ST. ADA 

msoorAL 

Mac4i«htKlM^G 
ivhoop 
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■•v. L. J. 

>:I5-^Hcdy 

9:15~<:^(mi Schoo' 

nPiS) iHvioas) 
Momint TnTNT 2ad ani 



4491lf^Diick R0^ ^fiida 






sot RMaoient Hoadx 

I0iisj£lw& Servfea x 
^Mnaiy Frovlded 

EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL 



I(o«d 

Uatay, Ractar 

toly Companion 
* Comaninloa 

(S Ik 4 Son.) 

li^wathe 10:00 

•arvica ia 




I aaj iO;jW> § .«• 

is 10 IStiaitariBr 

8:3" 





Miaaaa 
:3d, 11K». 12:15 

«,' 10:00. 11% 12.-00 
7:00. 9.H». aad 



5:00 ind 7:00 tt> 



PRESBYTERUN CHURCH 

Rosemonit Road apd Plaa Trail 

Weata J. MBMr, MOatslef 
9:4S a.m.— Suhdav School 
IlKX) a.m. — Chnr* Service 
LYNNVAVEN 
PRESBYTERUN CHURCH 
Lynnfaaven Vilkiee 
Rev. Maitea R. Webh, tt^ RThililsa 
9:45 asm.— Church Schod 
11:00 a.m.— ^Mormne Wonhip 
6:30 pjn^Yooth Feilo«ihk> 
6:30 p.ni.— Pioneer FeUowwip 
^;3e p.m.-^veniac Wmsfaip 



OCt^^ CUM MARKEI^ 

VIRGINIA BEACH WUVD. AT OCEANA 

Country Cured Bacon, Hama A Shosldan 

Freeh Fruita, VegeUblea, 

Orooeriea R Moita 



CHRBT PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

1200 AraaoiK Boolevaid 
M. Blaai Daiiey, MUUar 

8:30 ajn.— WonUp Md Chnroh 

S(^oi 
9:30 a.m.— Wonlhip asid Cfaaidi 

School . 
tl.mML— Itanhto ipd 



W. A. WOOD, Inc. 

CaaiBiisslaa Agaat 

Hambla OO * Rafiaiag Ca^ 

Fuel Oil and Keroae;^ 

Dial GAS-33SS 





nKST nttittttiiOAN cHUicn 

JdU I. LyiM, Palter 
tNicific Aiwna at 3^ Stariil 
9:45 a.ra.— Cfcnitih " 

6^ pm. YoMtl 




CALVARY 



HfRSCHLBrS 

Hiri«hlar> has sandals for all the family. 

ti'i iiiae fa thiah af •anmer sAiidaU . . . aa 
Iwr raai Mrafeot fraadom choota from ear 
Hm Uk the san MBdaU. Priced from 2.99. 

^^. Ataeona Shopplag Coaler 
#040 Virgiaia Baach Blvd.. 4974>33S 



9-M «iD 

11:00 

*^_ 
6:10 pjn 



m a.m.— ICarahMt W#Mp ^ 
lie M.-HnbaaMT PaKNnUa 



6:30^jn.-^Yeiins ftogMffiSkmi- 




Jikll Qt C^D 

9:48 A.M. "' ^ 
lUQO AJ|;- 
7:30 AM. 

aMI^/Y Of teOD 

ItkM) a.m.— Kforaihg wSSdp 
7:30 p4n.— EvapifeSatfc Seiviaa 

'AL 



MHNCtSS ANNE PLUMBING ft 
lLE€tRICAL SUPKIERS, Inc. 

1 LacaHaas To Serve Yea — Radio Dispt. 'ftwto 
431 Vta^Ua Beach Blvd. — Dial 428.16(t 
Prhieaee Aaaa Statioa — IMal 426<621S 




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MEMORIAL PARK, INC. 

CEMETERY 

PRINCESS AHm MEMORIAL PARK 

CERKTiRY 
FOR mF<MlNAtlON CALL QY 7.M|S 




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PHONE GA 8.1029 / 2013 fACIFIC AVENUE 

PMONE Kl 5-684J 




VIRGINIA BEACH. VA 





W. Ei^ WUBa, Vir«laU BmmOi (loapiUI •rfaiabtntor, (hift) laelu e* with Jmck Wildlcr. 
tr«asar«r, m Max T. M««r*, prwiiieiit of th« Vi rginU B«Mb Lieai club writM * ckMk for $S00 
for iIm bo^taL Thla latott eoBtribation brinfi tb • total to 13000 which th« local Lioa* hava donataJ 
to tba Ho«H»ri. . (Fbata by SiaiaiMu) 

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FUST AID COURSE 



VWOINIA BEACH — TTie 
fwfn«ti(m of a city-wicte First 
Akt <»Hffse is hihicmmk^ by 
Mn.i Orbui Avett^ voluoteer 
chaiftnan erf First Aid for the 
city of VirginiB Bcadh, American 
(Red Cross. 

ThOM htrfding a cuntM «l- 
vancc First Aid card are qi^i- 
fied to take the course. 

For 'furfter information, caH 
428.1902, 



LICENSED TO WED 



Nebon - Sperry — temes 
Roger Nelson, 21, USN, Oce- 
ana and Mary Ann Sperry, 23, 
wakress, Vii|;ink Beach. 

WM h bOT - Sctfeiit — Don- 
ald J(^soii WasMmm, 23, 
welder, Vi^ia Beach and Bar- 
bam Allen Sergent, 19, ^dent, 
Virginia BeM^. . 

ymm» ' V— D c r vrt D anny 
Joe Wilson, 24, USMC, Oierry 
Point, N.C., and J«ah S. Van- 
Derv»t, 33, no occupatimi 
listed, Virginia Beach. 



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Imagine being abte 

to heat and cool your entire 

home with one compa<;t unit 

that will keep your home 
healthier, cleaner, 
quieter. 



Ckcoae • D^mvm — John 
Antonio Ciccone, 20, insulation 
man, Vuginia Brach and Mari- 
lynn Alice Dunagan, 18, sales- 
lady, Virgiiua Be«K^. 

Ainn • B obw a o i i — Arthur 
rier USS Midway In ^e Western 
Lee Ames, 21, tire ret^pper, 
Norfolk and Shirley Ann R<«)er- 
son, L7, no occupaftion listed, 
Virginia Beach. 

Yaibroiigli • Briiddcy — Mel- 
vln Yarbrough, 24, mail carrier, 
Newport News, and Mary Kaye 
Brinklcy, 23, nurse, Virginia 
B^ach. 

IMckMM - GooAnm — Ver- 
non Lee Dickens, 27, m«;hafMcs 
helper, Virginia Beach and Fran- 
ces Marie Goodman, 24, no oc- 
cupation listed, Virgif»ta Beach. 

LARCENY OF AUTO' 

VIRGINIA BEACH — 
Charlie Brown fr of 1271 BafcCT 
4l<^d, Virginia Beadi, hai| been 
diarged with grand larceny of 
an «it<»K>bile smd wiA having 
Jio atMe <^>»^^rs Uc^Me. 

He was arrested iihdie90i) 
bkxk td Viifinia Bev^ Boule- 
vard by. Officer Russell Capps 



INGRAM niARMACY 
BURGLARIZED 



VmOINIA BEACH — 

About $350 was taken from In- 
gram Pharmacy m 34di S<raet 
and Atlantic Av«nue last week 
when the stwe ««s entersd 
throu^ a broken front window. 

Police said lh^ a nig^ clerk 
in a neai^y motel teard frlasa 
break and caHed police but ^9 
burgtar had already fled the 
scene wh^i <he patrol unit ar- 
rived less Ctaui S minutes later. 

Patrolman K. C. Wood re- 
ported Aat a large 8' x 3' glass 
window wM broken when he 
arrival. He ^mtacted J. Vernon 
Honeycutt wfto discovered the 
loss of the money, taken from 
a small cabinet tiiat had been 
forced open. Detective Oral 
Lambert is investigating. 



LOCAL MEM QUALIFY 

CHICAGO, III. — Six life in- 
surance rejfwesentatives from 
Vii^ia Beach area, have quali- 
fied for member^ip m the 1965 
Million Dollar Round Table. 

They are: William M. Mai^ 
field, Jr. of Government Ent- 
pioytes; James A. Leach ]II (rf 
Connet^icut Mutual and Allwi 
T. Wood, New York Life, quali- 
fying members; R. Brad^aw 
Pulley of Equil«b|e-N.Y. Md E. 
McHTM Abemailiy, CCU. of 
N<HthweMeni Mimial, qualifyii^ 
and life members: and Walter L. 
Pool of Lincoln N«l,4^<. Wa^w, 
Itfe member. 

Each year the MiHk>n DoHar 
Round T«ble bolds a diMin- 
guished ami unique meeting and 
this year ^fc mestm? is sched- 
ul«i for June 2ll«July 1 at the 
Broadmoor Hotel, in O>lorado 
brings, Colo-i, i. -,, .. , 



VIROINIA a^^ %m, Thi^seby, May 13, ItttS 



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noted fmm J^ohp 

Agricultural Afpmit 

By I. It IMCK" COOCMLl, JH. 




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, VIRGINIA BEA^H - 
TTielma Hin^ T^rriM, 44, Ins 
been charged ifmt felonious as- 
sauk for allegedly hitting How 
ard McGee, 42. of 801 16A 
Street over tiie had with a wot 
bo<^. 

McGee was ^med at Vlr- 
pnia Beach He^^ for iaoer- 
ation of die bead and l^:AoiJi* 
der. Deteotiv« C^ Lanrfmrt iA- 
vestigated ilie assault. 






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WHAT SIZE OAmV HERD? 

Muy (fairy fatness are asking dtemseives tf A<^ 
incr^oe <oie siae of dieir milkkig herd. Here are aont ' 
this si^Jk:^. 

^luAttom differ wktely. and the answer to one fi 
necessarily true fn- another. A summary prqwred by 
economists at VPI shows tl« average number of t^swi 
workw (for tile 126 Grade A dauy farms survcy«D «■» 
T^ hMMst iw^mie-producing 30 percent of ^se iMois 
from 21 to 26 «nrs per man. ^ 

It Am^ be remembered that this includes nbt only tii 
wcwk on tlicse -Iprms, but the otfjer regular ftirm work as 
ProlHtbly Ae avKige — if handling cows only — ^ivoiild be 
double this aunrtscr. 

Umta' average «Midltk>ns, a dairyman would (Mt^Md% 
18 to 20 additkMtal cows to employ an extra man I^hnHo^ 
milktaig cows and growing at least part of tbe fe«| for Ihm. 

If the dairyman is figurii^ on <me man to ck> dairy wotk 
only, he would pn^bly need a minimum of 35 to 40 » 
cows. Uris can serve sis a gukle and ead] individual cm 
o\A • ii^ mart clmely n^at.can be oiunt^ on in tl»e way <d 
returns from the extra a)ws and what it would coat to ha^ Am^ 
exbra num. .«>.• 

NrmOGfeN USE ON CORN IS OUT OF BALiUMCE ^ 

Muiy Viiyink Beaoh Irnners are not using Ibe ri^ 
of nitrqien on com to balance the phosirfiate and potutt 
used. * 

The pK^r «»e of nkrogeii on com m«un rates of tOftl# 175 
p(MM}ds of actual ^trqjen per acre— dqpnu^ mi ^ ii%^ 
wfaidi tile com is piodiKed. This irayld tw five t(tmm him <st. 
a 20-10^10 fertaiKc. - ' \ 

Too many farm^s are using grades such m 5-10>1(^'dir • 
10-10-10 when the ratio should be 2-1-1, whidi gives twkc,a» i 
mudi nkrt^en as frfiosplnte or potash. .'««»• f 

'Esttk with the propor ratio, k may be hard to apply^ lto-*-| 
right amounts of nkit^fen, phosphorus, and pc^ssium with ipst t 
oiw gnKte of fertilize. Getting tfie ri«ht vmraiks of eadi i||biiat f 
may involve bulk spreading where the innredienis are mbted te | 
the Kpnadgg or the use of a {articular grade of Itf^za ^ba ^ 
ap^ication of additranal nkrogen from a straig^ nhn^en materia. 




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SLEEPY DUVEI ptX 

VIRGINIA BEACH — A 
38-y^r-old Vii]piia Beach man 
was injinred recently wlwn he 
reportecUy feU asleep 
w^l of his auto sad 
into a telephone pole. 

Police aaidjiat Kennift W> ^j 
Young of wTu^i^ukSmtk-A 
suHered a lacerated c^ wAh^ 
be was thrown iob iKe i^ad- 
^ield » the oar kit <te p^ 

The Mxldent «x>k place {m % 
fee(ter n^ ai<mg Vk^tt 
Beach Botrievard about SO feat. 
west of <Bi09e Marie Aapnie. 
Hie impact bfoke tte pc^ off 
at the base and caused about 
$600 damage to the veiw^ »• 
vestigating offic« i^my 
^mery reported. 



POSTAL OFFENSE ~ 

thoroughgood:^ 

NoWe WffliOTis, 19, ofll^ift 
Read bas been arreted % ^- 
ginia Beach Poft% Md twfia^ 
over to poMd mu^ori t fes iw w 
portedly taking nafl luM cketks 
from a maflbox n Tttov^^^' 
good, 

Williams was picked up by 
Off8:er Hughes a short distance 
from 4313 Tlioroughgood Drive 
^w4iere a neightaar reported aoe- 
ing a man aOnaering WiHiunt' 
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ITxc Mtxii^ Bowl 

•y LUCILi CLARK 

Virginia Beach SUN Food Editor 




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After I wggested to you to 
1*0 Ac mibury Bake-Off 
^^M| r^ape by a iteeoa^r for 
^mUo^m'% Day tt«at, I as£ 
fjp* "1^ is Pumpkin Pic 
m^ Do you know-^? TIm; 
Hftne Eoo«|roucs folks of B«-- 
^«1 L. Lew« 0>mfMny se« n^ 
tte ^swo-— Here * k — 

TH^ ^r'8 winner of Ac 

" ^g rt Wto '. i^icMcA foe 

pi^ph pie spi<». For tin^e 
! «4M» ^ nol^imUw wA this 
jM^tt*. ife Amen^m Spice 
T^ ^Mcntte«*«jipW« ttikt 
it M a Mend of if^ f*iiA is 
readily ava>|fiblc fti all najor 
«F^ brands tooay. 

invented to flwk« l^ «>idng c^ 
|MimpkiB pie quick and os^nveo^ 
lent, ft oonsins of a dilMatul 
o^gli^ of cinnamon, ^ves 
aiH^'lt^nger, ;irith ennAsis ota 
tte l<lt^, Ahtee ginglr b i mtt- 
unt ^iRth pumpkin 'tod squash. 
Wfrfis diere are hai^reds ami 
probably thousands of family 
npipM for pumpkin p«, the 
WW lena^, evtr sioee the iMs- 
cdVfcnr of this ear^ American 
d^iKy, have clUled for a weH 
bilit)06d mixture of gittjipr, cin- 
nanibn and cloves. 

jvak becMMC itV tto icba] 
flpi^'biead for |»ttpkdn pie 
doesnVt mean it's not m lovely 
fiUrulce for many other didies. 
l^ ft in ^h&i cakes and 
<#k«»—«bo«t IH i^Nttpoons- 
m^m Mm raps of iour used. 
%»inl^ UigKi^iM pumfAin pie 
ipte o^ In^^^ toa^ t<x a 
breakfast treat. Mix A with the 
sugar for apple, pear and fruit 
pili)Sv.«Puflt baked winter squash 
halves with pumpkin pfe sfMce 
or add it fo flHMMd tmmp«M- 
totf. WH pm, too, in certain 
sweet- toppings for faak^ ham. 
Vou can create as you go when 
JKW use this blend of many pur- 

PUMPKTN ME SPK3I 
ICEBOX COOKKS 

ifVfp soft butter or nwgarine 
. teas|KN)n pure vainiUa eiru-ac^ 
1^'teaspoons pumpkin {Ne spice 



s mted tti-pMTpofc flour 

:^»pooiia doubb«ctisg 

ving fMiwder 

HMOon salt 

^ P^y chopped walnuts 

'^ ouuer or maii^rnts 

{pile vaniUa e^^ and 

-^ pie spice utttU light 

add sttf^r and fa«at 

tjMd fhiffy. Add egg 

■w^. Sift together flmic, 

ivder and salt 3mI stir 

ture until well 

.4. walmrts. Tura 

itly floured txnnl, 

iull ami shape eadi 

rn!t ahCNIt 7 iiKhes 

oft in saran w 

* ovemi^M, 

es and ar- 

wflttt on un- 

c!ts. Bake in a 

' oven (375° 

% or uittil 

< Ramove to 

YIELD: Ap- 



1^ teaspoons purofAin pie nice 
2 caas tl R>. 5 oa. emAi) dbmy 

m tMspo(M)s pumpkin pie t{»oe 
4 pineapfjfe rings, cut tato 

we<%aa 
H c(^ heavy cr^m, whipped 

1 taU^mxMi sugar 
Blend paatry mix with the 1 V* 

te^poont pumi^in pie spice and 
^mr« 6 tut jbeUs according to 
pw^t ^Wrtfcll.. BaKfci let 
Cool. Blend cherry (^ filHng 
with the t% lea^oons pump- 
kin pie sfMce and spoon iiuo 
baked ta<-« Aeib. Arrange 
pincai^e w^ges on top be- 
fore serving. CferniA with 
whipped ct^im which has been 

T sweeftWed wMi sumx. YIELD: 6 

.^rts. '*'"♦* '' *■- 

PWftfift^m SPICE ' 
IjCWCAKE 

2 cu^ sif J«J all-purp(»c flour 

2 teaspoons doUble-i^fiig baking 
povwier 

% teaspoon gait 
% cup soft butter or marprins 
1 teaspoon |«ire vanilla extract 
1^ teap^K}!^ pumpJ(in pie s^ce 
1% cups sugar 

3 large eggs 
% cup milk 

• Sift togetfio- first 3 ingredients 
and sst aside. Cream butter or 
margarine with vanMla extract 
and pumpkin pic t^ice until 
H^t. Graduajly atid sugar and 
beat uittil li^i and fluffy. Add 
eggs, one at a t^e, beating well 
after fitch edition. A^ sift«! 
dry ingredients alternately with 
milk, bc^mtl^ and ending with 
flour. Blend vwll after each ad- 
dition. Turn into a greas^ and 
lightly floured 9 x 5 x 3-inc'h 
k»f pan. Bake in a 4>rd»eated 
moderate oven (350' F.) for 65 
minutes or until woo(fcn <^e 
tester inserted te fte center 
ccMnes out dean. Jiemove to 
rack and let stand 10 minutes. 
Turn out on cack to finish 
coolii^. YIELD^One loaf cake. 
Another spiw that gives a 
cookie jar a titillating aroma is 
cinnamon. Here are swne re- 
cipes that wiH be sk> ^od to 
have \**en nice people dtop by 
for coffee — 



Buiiiiiirimiin 

Cbarsed 

SANDBRIDOE — Two 

young Norfolk i^ wtio took a 
wild ride aloof Sam^ridge 
Beach early <^ Sunday UKxa- 
ing on a osnAcated biMdon»- 
have been arreatfd by Virginia 
Beaoh I^)Uc« and diarg^ with 
unautlnriaed Me of tlK hoivy 
construction ^mpment 

The youths have been identi- 
fied as James Redmond Whke 
Jr., 18, of 1334 Stuckley Gar- 
dens and IViomas Haynes Buli- 
fant Jr., 21, of 1001 Oat» 
Avenue. Bulifant was operator 
of the vehkke, v^c said, and 
White WM \piiisaign-^ 

According to police reporte,' 
the two toot a bulktoier belong- 
ing to Jcim BraughtcMi of 104 
Linkhom Drive, Virginia Beadi, 
from its parking place »t the 
east end ot Sandbridge. 

They drove it about a mHe 
up the road on the sand and 
crossed Sandpiper Street at two 
different kp(Hs, causing ctnisid- 
erable damage to #ie hard sur- 
face ro^. Ilie bulkfozsr W9& 
abandoned about a mile frcMn 
where it had been parked, police 
said. It Was undama^. 

PRINCESS ANNE 
WOMAN'S CLUB 

VFRGINIA BEACH — T!je 

May meeting V of the Princess 
Anne Woman's' Club of Virginia 
Beach was held at 11:30 a.m. 
Ttwsday, at the Pine Tree Inn. 

Mrs. J<Meph P. Sadler, ftfst 
we president, presided in Ae 
absence of Mrs. George A.. 
Aldrich, president. _ \ 

Dennis Baker, natnSiftiHifif 
teacher of Biology at Frank Cox 
High School was guest speak- 
er. He showed Natural Science 
movies and speak on the dwir- 
ability of establi^ing a Natural 
Science program and museum 
for youth in tlw parks trf the 
area. 



COMPOSCKrERFORIS 

LAWRENCE. KANSAS — 
Jahan Franco, a local composer^ 
r^(ffh%mmg tw#«y otist amo- 
p^ers that rsceatly played tfieir 
wwks at Ok Sevem'h annuail 
University of Kansas Symposium 
<K Contemporary American 
Mmk. 

The Symposium w» spM- 
soied by l^e K. U. Ehtfowi^iit 
^aociiMkm. 
Mr. Fran») iMa3«d "Suite 
A tor CariUoii". 



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TEEN TOPICS a ■ a Cu^,a iJr^nXkmm 



BOSEANNE*S 
CINNAMON COOIQES 

% cup toft butter or margarine 

1 cup brown sUear 

1 large egg, sU^My beaten 

V4 cup mikl molasses 

2y4 cups sifted all-purpo* flour 

1 teaspcwn ground cinnamon 
% teaspoon ^ound ginger 

Vi teaspoon grtiMd cloves 

2 teaSfKHJni bakih^ powdel' 
^ teaspoon soda ' 

Cream butter or margarine 
ami sugar together until light 
and fhiffy ^k in e^ and mo- 
laifccs until smooth ^ togetieir 
rentairtliig uigredieiife and mix 
into butter mixtuit; until smooth. 
I^p by rounded teas^Kxmfuls 
onto a foil cw^lrad e»oky sheet 
and flatten sli^l^^ Bake in a 
preheated m<M3erate oven (375" 
F.) for 10 minv^ ot until 
lightly browned around the 
e%^. Remold front own and 
»Kow to rest lO minuties before 
removii^ from foil. Place on a 
cooky rack to omA. Store in oh 
aiiti^t coWtaittef. YIH.D: 6 
fkaen floolus 

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OATMEAL COOKIJES 

t «ttp scA bttbtf er ntargarine 

I cup 9V^ 

% tir|e tm, 

t cv^ cnt^cookiAi oatried 

% et^ iltin > • 

ife cups vUpA ^l-pttifiMe fjour 

H tsaspoon salt ' 

% teaijNKm loda 

W iMtMoii gnlu^ etttv^ 

\% teM|Mons ground dnhamok 

1 cup raiaifls 

H eup chopped p^»its OT wil- 

mtta 

CoMx buM^ or OM^ptine. 
Otadually ddd sutar ttHd t-fittfh 
until tight and fluffy. Add egp, 
one at a time, beating well after 
each additkm. Stir in quick- 
cooking oatmeal ami milk. Sift 
t<%ether flour, salt, soda, cloves 
and cinnamon and combine with 
oatmeal misture. Stir in raisins 
and nuts. Drop by rounded ta- 
biespo<mfuls onto p-eased cooky 
Aeet. Flatten slj^rtly with spat- 
ula. Bake in a preheated mod- 
«ate oven (371* F.) tS to 18 
immues or M^ ed^ are 
brown. 
YIELD: Af^Miainuit^ 3 (kaefi 

CINNA^M^ fiJMst; 

1 cup soft buttit er iUttfirlne 

1 cup sugar , 
L large egg 

2 square unsweetened chocolate, 
mehed 

1 teaspcwn almond extract 

i% cups sifted flour 

% t^spoort saR 

I ¥4 teaspootts grotihd cinnamon 

Almond sHc^ 

Cream butter or margarine, 
y^M sugar and ^^ wsi ^mi. until 
U^. Add melted choco^e and 
wnond extract and blend well. 
Add dry ingredients and mix 
well. Drop by rounded tea- 
spoonfuls onto foil lined cooky 
sheets. Place a nut slice ip cen- 
ter of cooky. Bake in a pr&t 
heated hot oven (400* F.) for 
about 10 miflu^. ttemove from 
oven and allow to cool 5'min- 
i*tes before removing from cooky 
^eet. 

,D: ApproxiiMtely 7 



Ml you. Ibfy say, "Sfc« m thriiMi^il nf her #»i*yite» 4i. u 
Aougbtful of 4r ^Kh a.d SS^^i^J^ ,J^ 
IS unmy beeauie the iesn't quite taow what Is ,ffi S fct^^ 
Vou tave a ekance every ky to/«^ «nd pneSiUol^te 
man«r, at taft.. ^^fcw ^^K^^ 
or a fr«ndf hoMt, «r but M a ^e. y<Ni !^ 
tow to be w» of ymifieff becawe yw •» m« 
w your muiwHs. . 

V. *?^ I^«ie *> Aings diffcrwrtly, U tt^ 
Bomes. ManneH (to not mean that evtr^Me mm 
A) evcrjthini in exaofly the same way. ^^^ 
do m^ft being kind and comiderate. tfore^ 
some ma^^ rwOmfen tor m^Mme. s 

In 1^ homn, and at bangoett. a "Wei- 
siag IS tiered b^ore «e iteal, WWt to tee what 
your tost or hostess doM before ym sMK to 
eat. 
l^ a napWn as a a>mfflon pnct^^ fcome. tf you do mM 

learn ^k accpeted way d( 6f^ Ah^ )Nni wiU forget tom^me 

wheh die occaticm is very hnptNtant to ym. 

Itold your fork, kiMe aqd spoon i»rrectly. Never sloOch « 
lean over the tabCe, or reMi hi Wot <tf aomeone eise to obteia 
food. Dcm't talk about unpleasant Ihings at the ubte, or criticize 
Ac food qr someone else's manners. Finally, be sure to ask to have 
food pa|»^ to you. Always be courteous and say "thank you", aai 
"Please". 

If you remember to practice vour meakime manners at home, 
you will know how to aa under all skuatitms and you will enjoy 
your outings mora. 

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Jaimun ONtotnictkm Cmp. 
to Elmer J. WW*. Jr. c4 ux. tot 
35, block ao. oM at Arrowtt^ 
$ec. 5; tex $22.63. 

Melville Copwatioo to 
Wayne F. IWdti « ux, kit 3, 
block H. pbt of Mtt O'Woocb 
lec. 3; tax $30.60. 

MelvRle Cnforation to Hod- 
ney G. wtilMM et m« lot 14. 
block F, pl^ of Font O'Woods 
sec. 3; tax $23.25. 

Shoreline €kiifM<|tMh li) OS- 
vast C. JfWtf «t'ui, lot S. 
block T, |lil iif ttte fchlth 
Terrace scd. 9; IM $44.40. 

Willram Shent^OA WAm tt 
ux to Chari(» Ff . Goi|l|^ et U, 
lot 4, block 6, frfat el Pm^mqIl* 
Manor sec. I; tox $21.75. 

Investors Nmfdk Co#{ioratioil 
to Ridwrd fi. N««tdi et ut, kit 
125. ptet df t^HNNOod GartkM; 
tax $18.45, 

Pocahontas >VtHl|B, Inc. to 
Joseph Mmi^ Mi^ky ct ttx, 
lot 4, bk)^ 12, pbt of Foca- 
hontas Vil|^ tout $20.25. 

Pooahoirtfi VMige, Inc. to 
Mary C. Butler et ux, lot 11, 
btock 14, (dirt of Focafaeottts 
Vtlhige; Mix $19.05. 

Crystal Lake Development 
Oorpot«tkm to Clyde Lee Davis, 
Jr., lot 5, plat <rf Friiwtss Anne 
Hlllt Fark §ec. C; tax $t6.50. 

Lester R. Sunda et ux to L, 
Gretham HuU:^iogs, Jr. ei ux, 
k3t 5, block F. ptet of Lake 
Shores sec. 5; tax $40.95. 

James W. Reddy et ux (o 
Etfle T. Hale et ux, lot 318, 
plat of Malibu sec. 2; i&x $15.30. 

Harry (Realty Owporation to 
Merrte W. Thomas ct ux, kit 17, 
plat of Kings Gr<«it iec. SA; 
tax $31.50. 

T)it»ou^igood EsMes, Inc. to 
Arthur Clifford Taykn- et ux, tot 
80, plat of Thorm^^ood Es- 
tales aec.' h tax $37.§0. 

Byler Reaky Company, bic. to 
Wayne H. Walda et ux, lot 5, 



REALTY 

Moc| |,1^of Likke Miitft T^ 
tme m- 4; M $39.7i, 

HM^ lUdir Ooi^c^tAM ik 
Robert Ittseph %\dm at m. Wt 
47, blat of Kinp Gtaat sac. lA; 
lax $31.20. 

Hany Iteltey Corpop^teii to 
NtVBwa O. PzizzeU. Jr. et 04, 
lot 44, fM <rf Kings Otast aai 
5A; tax $29.40. 

Hiiry ftc^ Oor|«iitl<^ to 
OiarleB R. me$t»Us et ui tot 
26, ptat of iCii^ Grant sec. SA; 
tax $34.05. 

Harry (Realty Oorporatiwj to 
John M. V(^ et luu k3ti$. |ilit 
of K^ Oraht wm ih\ fat 

to ItmM}) %, BelangiA et ttjt, 
Ua 6, Vki^ Qt tkm oTHMHiig- 
ton sec. i; lai f 2i.40. 

Mill Ihiss (^lablNltioh Coift^ 
piny, fan. m Woodmw R. Per;- 
tte Sr. et ttx, tot 19, Mode C, 
pM di fcinceafe Ante f^m sei. 
llitwt |».70i^^ 

MlM jUiss Odittstiuctlun €mi- 
fMy, Vc. m 9|hirley v« StoxttNi 
et ux, tot \i Uskk E, ;^t of 
Frineess Anne Ffaca sec 13j tw 
$20.83. 

MiH Rutt Oxtstruotion Cbm- 
fMiny, fas. to ^MMm M.i H^ 
iKll et ux, tot 10, litock B, plat 
oi Princess Anne Fleza sec. 13; 
«ax $21.30. 

keinpsviHe Devek^mi^it Om*- 
pontion to Hallmaflc <3Di»lruc- 
tton dorp, lots 3-9, 1 1-20, Mopk 
K, i^t of Huntiol^ s^. 2; 
tax $89.93. 

EfflM Reaky Gotpmvtidn to 
Etonald Edward Ktlfepes et ux, 
lot 22, btoek 42, pkrt of Pem- 
broke Msmor mc. 4; tax $23.0$. 

Afinon Realty CorpoKattoti (o 
JanKS Eli Ov^atreet et ux, tot 
44, block 42, ^ of F«mi»okc 
Manor sec. 4; tax $29.23. 

Otis E. CcM> et ux to Ftoyd 
Sarutzki ct ux^ tot 9, %tock 9, 
^ of Meoais Aede ^iihk sic. 
6; tax $20.40. 

Blssett <Realty, Inc. to Riclv 




THIS L-SHAPED HOME HAS MEDIUM-RED TAPESTR ¥ fiRICK, A CONVERTED FRONT PORCH, CARRIAGE 
LIGHTS AT THE FRONT DOOR AND OVER THE GARAGE AND A WHITE ROOF. IT HAS 1,500 SQUARE 
FEET OF HEATED AREA AND MORE THAN 500 SQUARE FEET OF FfNI^ED GARAGE. THE RANCHER 
HAS 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, DINfNG ROOM, CCWIPLETELV PANNED FAMILY ROOM WITH FIREPLACE 
OF PRECAST STONE AND A RAISED HEARTH. EQUIPMENT INCLUDES agCTRIC RANGE AND Dl^ 
WASHER. CENTRAL AIR COJjIDITIONING IS FEATURED. 

SEAY REAL ESTATE 

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Phone S4d4444 

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ACKELS REAL ESTATE 
1033 Laskin Road 
Phone 428-5525 

JIM ADAAAS REALTY 
1764 L^Mn Road ^ 
Phone-428-36l6 

ANCFplREALTY 
30th i Pacific Ave. 
Phone 428-7421 

CO/\AM€»^WEMTH REALTY 
224^ Great Neck Roid 
Phone 464-3534 

COOPER REALTY 
504 Laskin Road 
Phofte 428-1 330 

COURAIN REALTY • KNIGHT REALTY 

228 Virginia Beach Blvd. 3320 Virginia Beach Boulevard 

Phone-428^900 " Phone 340-6892 

LAN<^ORNE INSURANCE AGmCf 
2606 Peeific fi^. 



CAkk US TO^Y 

DfCKSON REALTY 
2605 Pacific Ave. 
Phone 428-6501 

DUCK'S REAL ESTATE 
323 Laskin Road 
Phone 428-4882 

GOLDTHWAITE REALTY CO. 
242 FIRST COLONIAL ROAD 
PHONE 428- 6868 

JARD REAI,TY CO. 
200 25fh Street 
Phcme 428-6666 

KELSEY REAL ESTATE 
2706 Pacific Ave, , 

Phone 428-7041 



DAVE MILLER REALTY 
1825 Virginia Beach Blvd 
Phone 428-3822 



SEAY REAL ESTATE 
22a Gmat Neck Roa4 
Phone ^40-8444 

AAARGAftET P. TOMPklNS 
Mayftower Apartments 
Phone 428-7721 

WAINWRIGHT REALTY 
26(^ AtlanHe Ave. 
Wwne 428-2515 

WHITEHURST REALTY 
Lasklrt l( Hilltop Roads 
Phone 426-6886^ 



Phone 458-6461 



J. B. WITHERS & CO. 
A & P Shopping Center 
Phone 428-1641 

LARASAN f EALTY CORP. 
25th $ PAiQFIC AVI. 

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O, ptot ol Beaw e d OtMsiil ftt $«l.f3 

Mc. 2; tax $19;». di|-W1il^itt 

^ John WiUiani Fry ft un to ^mmD.mm 

m •«: %, <M mm. 

Gtegory R(^% Corpdratoi 

to Ernest «^M0A Mlg^ et 4x, 
tot 3. b|o£k U.fkwi mmmd 
Spring Homai; mx $11.60. 

}wm f. iMUer it ax «i Rdb- 
ert E. Sunnners, lots 2, 4, 6, 8, 
btock 38, plat of Shadow Lawn 
Heighte; tax't!8. 

JoMi tear it ux 
H.Ji^^i* ux. 101 

all m Tmtfhi H. Hedkfiia et 

M. tot 7, bM 17, pHu mPhih 
m ArttoMua aST U; tox 
m.3S. 

Atf^ H0Ik OmNMfidn to 
Ckotge W. imm^^it. tt 
toi. tot 4it ^ of mgi CMt 
iis. lAi lax^l.9«. 

Harry iUlRy OwpcM^utioii to 

Oay F. Mwm it ttk, lot 17, 

6JtofKIapOhtots^.5A;tax 
129.25. 

John W. Dodsoft et ux to 
Frtjtofty BuliW^ toe., k« 34, 
plat (jf Kii^ dMnt Sec. 1; tax 
$27. 

Hoiam HUj Gmmm et ux 
to Pn»»tv Buyen, bto., tot 271, 
put c/Malibu sec. 3; tax $21.60. 

Diversified Efiteiprises, he. ->—, w,-^t,«.., ..«.,, y^^ 
to Josegb melmm et Ux, tot 23, P^<* Kcmpivaie Bordo^ 
>tat of KM^ tkm sec. 6; wr^6.7S. 
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TbdioiiiMd Emm, t^. to 
iitoffitts mamdm ^ a5t, \ot 76, 

plat of Tlioroushiood Estates 
see. 1; tak $39^5. 

Chester HMmm Cro^mii, Ir. 
«t ux 10 Wtlttffis A. (tevAteck et 
ux, lot 3, btodc 5, {Hat at Pea- 
^H^i Mtm&t see. 1; lUi iu.90. 

M^lvi^ Ottfporattoo m An- 
drew F. KeatcMi, Jr. et ix, to* 12, 
btock E« plat of Poiot O^tie^ 
sic. 3; tax $29.70. 

l^ry ^JMier Afa^^ ft ak 
to Ctodley DoB. Codec, tott 14, 
13t ptot of O. L. Boraey; tax 
$15. 

Aibef EdwArd Q^ et vk to 
Ocdiie W. Bioim, Jr. etjo^ let 
12, Mock 33, |te c^ FenAnlke 
Muo^ sec. 3; Hi ^1^4' 

mabmt A Wanito et at to 
Jtttk V. Deal M vx, Ut\l4, 



i4^. %8ttOra^?49, 

mof Kii^ OmAMl. IA; tox 
I2f30, 

Nd^'Allita Cctpdektoa to 

$62.23. ^ 

to%.l«8 . 

16, Sleek 4, ejeirqj 

tec. B; tax' $25.40. 

J*nta p. knm A t» io Cli^ 
to* t. Ue «li kk I btock 
f. PW <rf A«,gcii VJigc iec. 
13; tax $20.10. 

*«nf* £• •owiili|l ^ guto, 

3itax$j2.^. r,: 

OOTot^ f. ttwts toiteMi: 
U MfneK Jr. # ix. kit ^iM^ 

Oregoty f^ 
4q Lowell A. EUfaon <i 
111. plat of W^^ffloc^ 
MtefSii. l;twimril. 

JiiMM C. ^A%:i&»dita «t «t^. 
C|esiey Kent See^ d 
21 btock Tc. p& flf 
Cnffodi sec. 2; tax $30. 

famo Cc^pctfatkm to 
KeU^ QMapany, Ine,, 





Lawrence K. Webej, ir, n^ 
to 6ayiie R. Buace et ux, faA 1^. 
btock L, plat of take %M6i 
sec 5; li|x $14.35. 

Mchaftl L. Sttohkofb et ,mc 
to bn McKUtop Swder, lot^i 
block 51, piai of Vtfginn Be^ 

&veto{S^t iQw^iiy; |ex • 
3.35. . j '., 

C.d.U. InoMrpoiatM to Rq^ 
eft M. BMifonL &. el ux, ' 
btock 4, ^ Of I^nioess 
naza sec. 10; tax $22.20 

Alfred i^omaA JNtooty m. ut, 
to qeoife L. fUl)^ d ux, Ipi 
6, block 44, pk^ of Aca^na V)^ 
l^eaec9;tox$18. 

Watter CkmtM ttakm M ux 
to I^i^ A. Quick es ux, tot 6, 



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stay-on-thc - job lubricant 

tiat tan cut otit ttw ^mri^ 
downs that cut into har^irt 
time. Won't jar out, leak 
mt, dry out. Resists water, 
teo. 

New Havoline— the niQtof 
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machtoery from wasting 
thoney becau^ it st^ps de- 
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Edward Q. Stokli it j^c telH^ 
ward J. Rasmtmai et ux, tot 
10, Mock 28, pkrt of Mnsess 
Anne Fti^ see 4 1; «ax $23.25. 

Slatf^ I. tMnttelfckl at ex to 
lompb E. Howell ct us, i0t 4, 
btock L, plat 1^ Bii^wood Ckr- 
deos sec. 4; tax $:23.2S. 

Jtmnaie A. Moiiw ^ ux to 
Rs9tord Edward Oailey tt ux, 
tot 51, pl^ of Bayvilk Park sec. 
1', tox $i8.75. 

fforry E. Atkiimii et al to 
J. I. Kislalc MbttgMB Cmrpor- 
atkm, Site A, ptot til nwio Bor- 
ot#; <tax $30. 

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C^m M. Vbm to _ -^ 

B. WBsoh * ux, m 3, lAsA.^ 
pM of CaroteBAB Nxm «mC h„ 
tax $22.93. 

Theod^e Louis l^tmi B vk, 
to Bn^kk W. Bwtos, tV.^i^ . 

3, m^ c m dmm^m 

sec. 1; tax $25.80. ., 

Coetliientol Bnt^pri^ J 
to Ratoh L. Zd^ at ttx " 
blQ^, ptal of mid^K 

m.hm $214$, 

MUnrd R. Ptt^ « ,,.— ^ 
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ttoe. bis I, 10. !2. btod 0, 
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J. Davis et ttx, tot 16, l^k SO, nirk CcHnptty; tax $40.20. 

Sind^mm Itt The News 



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or work at any tinlb. Prp- 
tects ag^nst rlisl, scuff, 
wear, and corrosion. 

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Marine Private First OaM 
AHie B. Httdgins, II, aoti of Mr. 
end Mis. FmidE J: Hv^iiii ^ 
709 TucsoA R<»d. feaeouy 
gMiduaied ftom Mu^ «I^M 
tiMkiit»f at t^ Mar^ Corps Re- 
cruit Etopot, futk Maad, S.C. 

Seantan Apfmntiee Leonard 
G. lU^ Jr., um, eon ef Mr. 
and Mrs. Jeane F. Kkftt Of 443!l 
Detco Road, B sennfi^ abcufd 
:lie aiteait ImMieri \^ Fn- 

moo^ iM^t^ to mm. 

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USN, SOL of Mt md i^ c^? 
mm B. Harris iri ti %fl Um- 
den Bridge RoM t^ently de- 
earted timms. ft>r duty With the 
U.S. Sixth Pym ill 'the Miditsr- 
nUiean fca ab6nd the t^ttttoyer 

teMe<- USS tidevi^er. 

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Mnr PFC Ai^ard E. F•^ 
torn tIL w^b^s grants tin «4 
410 Vforfolk Avf., tccent% eefn- 
^et#l three we^ks pf ttlM^e 
Aid ti«ininR eken^es n^ 
Wi^ffij^^ Oetittatiy. 

Airmah fts^id 0U» flon- 
ald C. Harrel, kA of Mr. ifld 
Mis. Willmiii C. tfar«sl of 41 13 
We^well Laito, h^ itrlv^ tor 



Alrrtan _ ,__ .„,___ 
K. GhiM, SOS <tf tfe aiM Mp 
Walter C. Glass Jr. of 336 Rt)$e- 
MKMd Rd. wMMeMjiMfe iu^ 
Sm us, Aif ror^ Air teiMil 
SiH^ioe men ^pto^. aitovM 
H^ w^d in w0mM ^ {^ 
Atoi tn^e-mm »mN flW^^^ 
Ca|5e Kanasiyi Flp 



Airman Seo<»»] Class Alb^ ■ 
W.^i^Mer HI, aee of Mr. ied 
Mrs. Albert W. FoMer e^^flO' 

Lyito notes m. was ete.^4t' 
more ttaa 300 US. Air UM 
Air Ri^ci^ Servtoe men' da^- 
I^yed anxind tfie worhi in ^np- 
pen of ^ Cfateini t«<MAi»«i 
space fl^ ttm Oipe Kctipady ' 
Ftorida. 

10.* * * 

ThtJines B^ HeiiAiukstJii, 
USN, son of Mr. mkI Mrs. 
Thomas W. HewirKk^» of 701 
Rose Marie Avff.t b. 
•board the dcsttx^ 
ris, which has returned to 
port, R.I., after <trstoiitt , 

lions in the C&ft^biao S^a 

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Mdrina Ptivm thofltos 
Uptcn, ioA of Mr. and Mfl 
E. Upton Jr. of 1001 " * 
HML Road, is atto. 
IwixiiiMM aad .1 ^^^ 
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aiid Mfl7wiHlaiir T. SItoaniam 
d 33 J Lavender Lsae. is servinft 
as a crewmembcr of tite coastd 
minesweeper USS Parrot, wWe^ 

opeiaie out of Charleston, ^ ^ 
• • • • 

•AvMoe Machinist's Mate 

Stooiid Ckiss Forrest H. p»vi» 

USN, SOD of Mr. and Mrs, Wit- 

M bevts ef lialfe Ny. il tched- 

liito t#ti|iiil» liMtl Air Sta- 

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V«GINIA BIACH SUN, Thursday, May 13, 1965 



PUGCY 




THi nZZLE FAMILY 






By H. T. Hino 




WAVY-TV Ntws Receives Top State Awards 



I^tocfaumed by United fttM 
IdMRWliaral judg^ as "bad 
nd ilKwIfen ^wwe «U others" 
hi ovehiH news opta^ittk, 
WAVY-TV News DejMrtment 
hu been named for four First 
Ffawe bCMKH^ in die UiMted Press 
iMmMional Brot<kastor's As- 
•ocflitkm (^ VirgkHfl asmiai 
tmrna jH-escntatbn in die 1964 
fidd of ^atewide telenaioa 
newscastinf. 

)«d|^ invdved all Vn 
memlba statkms 4Sm>u{^t Vir- 
pti$^ The pand al iudga was 
nrn^i^ of tepreaeniatiyes from 
Ae ffewlioiae Sdhool of Jour- 
a^Bsm, Syncme UnivRMty, 
New Yak. 

'Qc torn Fiiit Race Awards 
ao WAVY-TV News were for 
Best News C^)eiation T^virion, 
Beit <kntn$i of « StafDe Story, 
Md Be« Forinre Covert^e. of 



\nRGWIA MACH — Tie 
Bri^ itoi«i SoAooi of Musk 
<tf 'rill^ ^ttOk pressed 
is MOMl Fctttwal Gbnceit at 
Ae CkNamrd Timbre aft S p.m. 

jilting in tte program wen 
"^ ( el Ac Co^e of 
ai^ Mary Stiteg Eo- 
Alla Stewart, Erector. 

, — il^lba* of i6k Virgima 

Boiih Recorder Soekty. , 

1^ entke prpgram oomkted 
«l ^on^it nuaberi for var- 
knii ifMlnnnenM oombinat^ms 
1^1 student pianist tt the 
^" Schod: 





particip^ig in (he 
upe Joyce Brehm, Jan 
Jeiinif«- HafUng, Peg 
fihiMMd, Ddwa Bailev, Burnet 
T % Qaps< » , Launi ^Uie, Mary 
Seyi Fei^N^ Lecma Ifirtle, 
Mary Ddcfcer, aiKi Roberta 



yisfinists flUj^ Katherins 
Chi^pn annpRi HoHis; vi- 
i^f^bn Slew^; Ua^^ bass, 
Hiilftii j^ice; tad cdlo, Bar- 
liam Smsbury. Recontes are 
Qy^ %itek^ Charles Hardin, 
Md Cbcfl NidKTls. Peicuaskn: 
J. J^Batey, Ddira Bailey, John 
fW^g, iJotus Hubl^rd, Frank 
MilM^y, and Vii^^nia Hwdin. 



News at Six. 

WAVY-TV News Dyector, 
Lloyd Dobyns, accept^ die 



Beach Artist 
S|ieal(s Teniglit 



NORFOLK — Virginia 
Beadi artist Mrs. Ca^ierine Fi- 
utko wlH be guest speaker at a 
meeting of die Phila«o(rfiy Sqci- 
ety ((might at 8 otlock at the 
Norfolk YWCA, 253 Weat Free- 
mason Street 

FbUowii^ a aniet <» "The 
Expansion of Oonscknisfless," 
kte. Fiutko will pre^nt a view 
of tif e fKm a different perspec- 
tive tiirou^ die eyes of the art- 
ist. 

The program » de^giMd as 
an exptoradoQ inio iSie esoteric 
vatea and; measmg in ait, a 
sptdeetaiaB siM. 

Mrs,^ Fiiitko k a pTKStickig 
puntor of esoteric and psydnc 
pro|bctioa art forms. 

The pubiic is in^tod to at- 
tend. 



WGH RADIO CITED 

Tlie AMOciated Press of Vir- 
ginia hawted out it's annual 
a«w(b (or radio news Friday 
night, and WCH Radio received 
a majority of the metn^litan 
area awards. 

Hie most coveted award is 
"Best News Operation in l^ate". 
WGH Radio received ftis award 
for the tiiinl consecutive year, 
thus retiring tibe cup. This 
award was conceived just three 
years i^, and WCH iias won it 
every year. Rrst place aw»'d for 
radio editorials, best sports in- 
t«yicw, and five minute com- 
prehensive newscast, was also 
presented to WOH Radio. 

Accepting the awards at the 
annual AP banquet In Wash- 
ington, D.C„ was news diirectOT, 
Jim Moore and statiiMi manager, 
Ambeit DaU. Also in attendence 
were memben of die news staff: 
I^ Obuwr, IMck Kidney, 
Wayne Combs and Gene 
Oidu^ha. I 



First Pbce honor awards at ap- 
pr(^)riate ceremonies ^eld re- 
cendy in Lynchburg. 

Dobym and WAVY-TV 
News rqx>rters Waym Davis, 
Mark Hiomas, Jim Rkter and 
Frank Drake were individually 
ci(^ for outstanding coopera- 
tion and c(Mitributions to the 
UPI news service. 

The only <Mher TV awards 
fiyen by UPI went to WRVA- 
TV, Richmond and WRC-TV, 
Wa^ington, D.C. 

PLAZA FESTIFAL SET 

PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA-^ 

A Spring Festival sponsored by 
die Ladies AuxWary io die Phua 
Volunteer Fire Company vM be 
held on the back lot of the Meth- 
bdist Church on Plaza Trail on 
*«ay 22 at 10 a.m. til dusk. 

The hijjhlight of the affair 
wiU be a olcdiesline Art Show 
in whidi difldnm from Fhza, 
LymAaven cmd Mol^u Blemen- 
tuv Schods wffi participate. 

Mrs. W. Cj»ey Pcaington, 
piemdent of the Virginia Beach 
Art Association, and Miss Ruth 
Eppersbr, vice president of die 
same assocration, will be judges. 
Arizes wiB be awarded in three 
groups. 

Pfoceeds will be used to help 
equip a new ambulance. 

nUTARY MASONS 

NORFOLK — AH membra 
of the Uniformnl Services in 4ie 
Tidewater area who are Master 
Masons will be honored by the 
local mas(Miic fraternity on the 
wening of 18 May in the 
Granby Street Masonic Temple. 

Cormtfiian Lodge No. 266, 
AF & AM will host this "Mili- 
tary Nite," which will feature 
a distinguished guest speaker. 
AH military Master Masons are 
invited to attend. 
G^rt 1-18 Kellam Elected' „ 

WILLIAMSBURC, — W. P. 
Kellam of Kt^llam - Eat^n In- 
surance Co., has been re-elet^ed 
vice president to the board of 
the Virg^ia State Oiamber of 
Commerce at die 41st annual 
business meeting held recently. 



IT NEVER FAas 




SPRING CONCERT FRI. 

THALIA — The Princess 
Anne High School Chwal De 
partment will present their An- 
nual SfKing C^icert, Friday, at 
8 p,m. in the high schodi audi- 
twium. 

The oMioert wiH be directed 
by Clark W. Graves, chond di- 
rector, and accompanist will be: 
Linda Carter, Susan Pittman, 
Sandy Dowdy, and Paul Long. 
Soloist will be Sandy MiUs, 
Gary Pinion, Richard Springle, 
and MartlKi Davis. 

The concert will consist of 
A CappeHa Choir, Ma^gal 
Singers, and Girls Chorus. (>]« 
of die highlights of die concert 
win be poPtieiB'crf '*Re^uiem" 
by Gabriel Faure, and a group 
of c(Mnpositions by The Matfa-i- 
gal Singers who represented the 
State of Virginia at a Music E^ 
ucatovis Com«ntion at Louis- 
ville, Kentucky, in March. 

Admission will be $.50 stu- 
dents, and $1.00 adu^. 



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A ^y imf ct to wpail ttHtt 
the, M|^ȣ|iidiaos . long lip 

still r^jW^-Mzed iiinpf m 
hapim i^Pm; Ai fflany ^^^«a 
erf d^Q^Mry aiKt ia of^on^ies 
arowid Ife iMorW; 

■^Jf^^ Vc the b:tii^ 
micl^W Ifte gemis 'cjHicoides', 
to U6&.eMQnH>Iogisu* ^nu, but 
ihef fctve a vuietf of local 
nanln ifaftt , uM^^dd siodM}^ 
pualaes, b\9A $$^ tod in fte 
far |>Mifk:r Wau J^^. In Ari- 
zona and New Mcxi«), tfcey are 
call^ 4fa« valley grot and in Uie 
far west, iHe Bodega Mack gnat. 
The lad i an iUaagic for them, ai- 
<Q]<n^ admittedy uoacieokfic, 
is as descriptive ss any. 

Thwe {Msm wtm die >Ia- 
tiona>l Pm dcmtrel A^ociatioa 
=Kwbose mpmbere often grt bur- 
<»lls to wipe out attacking 
ighls (rf the vMtains) are ht 
fiercier biters Aan nK^quHoes. 
Tlietr iMtes frequently cao^ le- 
sions that arc more painJFvl a^ 
longer-U«tijig liiafl even the big- 
gest nwMquko. Only tiie females 
bite. 

Tlie |Miitful Mte is out of all 
proportKm to Ihcfe- fee; iince 
difte^nt varieties bf .the midK 
range from otut to Mute mim- 
m^era in length. 

DuriM W<x-ld W« II, sokKew 
and saSots su^^ed mtMr^ 
from tiiese btdi^ foats on Pa- 
cific iduds and in Itt Carib- 
bean. 11» Wies not oady cause 
painful wt^b, but iKn^hing pi 
<the bites <^a led *o sectH^ary 
infeoti(M]i and ulcers. 

l%e heavi^ ipfes^tions of 
(he variety li^icfa jM^en br^;k- 
ish sah water are%s for breedii^ 
occur aioog ^ soulbeastem At- 
lantic aiid Gulf coasts, Thek 'd&- 
pttdations 'have often been suf- 
ficiency serrous to drive a sea- 
side resort out. of business. 

There has so far been no evi- 
dence in American cases that 
the insects liave tiaisn^itted any 
human disease, bat research t>y 
entoniQtogists in Afrk», India 
aiKi Me»cb teve teveOed su^- 
cioBs ibkt ^tiey may be hosts to 
cenaiif filarial wonm that affect 
fatm dtffliab. 

There has beetf mudi experi- 
menCaticm on confro^ RKtftods, 
bo^ krge and small scale,. notes 
W. I^p Spear, Technical Di- 
rector w the N^ional Pest Con- 
trol AsMx;iatk>n. Since the pact 
requires w^ter tot breecU^ 
ditdiii^ and cKking erf mk 
marshes, simMar to that em- 
ployed in mosquko control, has 
b^a used succesafoHy in coastal 
ar^s. 

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cies use wa^-filtod Iree^rales as 
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•peaes. prefer 4e tou^y banks 
<rf ponds and small «r«uns. 

AH varieties, however,, emei^ 
u» great numb^s after • shwt 
■UKubaifon period, the femdes 
ag^essively seek out a blood 
meal, required in oit^r to get 
the next ^neration uiKler way. 
The Itfc span of the aduhs is 
seldom as long as five days. 

Hou^iolcbrs, who b s v e 
leuned to their utA»jp^x^$ diat 
the titty gnMs can litoaHy walk 
Khroug^ the standard l^-meol 
screen, have found that spraying 
or painting screens wtei DDT 
and other control chemitmls such 
as malatMon is hc4pi^. Fogging 
and spraying of ki^e areas has 
somctttnes proved effective, 
notes Dr. Spear, twt it is seldom 
econcmiicaHy sound. 

Dr. Spear warns that »>me of 
tto <^nlclik^ wiMJi once ivere 
effective-HamM^ 4Man, ^^Me, 
djddrin, dilordaiK ^ fakto- 

States 0(|qiWw^®wur- 

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iH»s as reststent^ was bt%d Into 

the survivois erf each genar^ion. 

L^ and warmth both at- 
tract the gnats. Dr. ^)car poii«s 
011^ (and chemicals should be 
aMied to li^ fixtures and 
^^^-Qolored ceilings. Since men 
^A^xrl»hg outdoors are a Cawrite 
taifet, he also reeomroended use 
of ttandard in(|ect rtjwllante, 
whkfc fHovide ^oiechon loir 
several hours. 

fr(rf«sional pest camnA opat- 
t^^, notes NPCA, <xn control 
iltfestations aiouod |^ home by 
staying lawns and ^ir)^M)ery 
with chemical agents, paintii^ 
«nrcen8 with long-ksting dtcmi- 
cal fonnutetions, and in a word, 
do quite a bit to turn "no^ee- 
ums" irjto "no-bite-ums." 

INCREASES DIVIDENDS 

NEW YORK, May 5 — 
DiKctors of CoIcuttaJ Ikores In- 
corporated, 435-6tore soi*theast- 
em and midw^pbemi supermarl^t 
chain, today dedared a i^uJar 
qaarteriy cash divkleod <rf 30 
ctMs a share Modmmon stock, 
an increase of five cents a share 
over the 25 cents paid last 
quarter. ., 

The regi^af iqo|*eriy cash 
dividend <rf 50 (^its per simre 
was declared on o^IsIbukHi^ 4 
percett preferr^ stock. 

Both dividemli are paj^ble 
iune 1, 1965, to itoddiokfers 
of r«»rd on May 17, 1965: 

Colipnial Stores, with head- 
qUarteirs ih Atlaiktt, has open- 
tibns hi the follm^ stetos — 
Atobama, Florida, GeixfM^ Ken- 
ft^y, Maryland, Nom Caro* 
lb«|, dhb; South C^rcAina, Ten- 
nessee and Virgima. 



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Virgima Bea^ Fedo^atfeM <rf 
U^e tMmfiuMt CtM h 
W3|itt*^ a M:m}d l^^atnhip 
cwdWrtKA m *te 20 M tte 
Scjbtt M^v^ Rfc^oma 
churoh. 409 Firit Cofonial 
Rosd, frm 10 ajM. to 12:S0 
p.«. 

The t««4*4«4ialf fwur sea- 
aioll M Munlstt sm Dr. T. M. 
nA im m H^AttAb^ de- 
of OW Domiofcm Cd- 

9M Why we need 
to Imm to wi^ Tf^etfi^ io 
Gmept." ,_ 

"nme «toMi^ will partid- 
pa^ hi "Buzi Grbuf»", led by 
Mri. W. E. Warren, state v^ 
president <rf tfii Pederstion; Mn. 
Ja#8 B. Nclton. «Me leadw- 
shi^ chalrhan; bo0 <rf Ycvk 
County; Ad Mrs. N. L. Hed- 
rick, past state presldem of 
Cliesap«dce. 

Df. Pick will mimmarize the 
finding of the g^up& and it 
is expected that an informative 
diKusrioo will resuh. 

Dne^rtes otNn variras ^)^n» 
izaticMis k the cky have been 
invit^,to iMtend. 

• LteAt NOTICiS 

NOTKE 

Vii«tate 

"Hie regular meeting <rf the 
Council « the City of Vkginia 
Beadi wiH be held in Ae Qrcuk 
Cfcurt on Monday, May 24 
1965 at 10 a.m. at -whkh time 
persons will be heard" for and 
agamst tiie following proposed 
diangcs of zoning, use permits, 
etc.: 

I. Apjrfication of Jacob H. 
Brody by KeUaia and KeHam, 
Attorneys, for a diange <rf zon- 
ii^ from Residence Suburban 
Dt^ict 3 (R-S 3) to MuMple- 
Family Residence District (R-M) 
(rf certain ptoperty frontii^ 
1127.21 fe«t on Ac West side 
of Baker Road, beginning at a 

gdint 1897.72 feet South of 
urma Road. Having a (k:ph of 
26^.01 i(^ akmg the Northern 
jKopcfty line, a width of 715.60 
f^t dong the Western property 
ttfr, «Hd a <bptti of 2443.30 feet 
atoiq; ^ Scxtf^ra property line 
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polkM 4bn) ^^^ havfa^ 
hem matfe ^m the dt^OKknts 
BarlMra Taylor ^e^U «d 

they are heret^ tfaJB ^t toi^ 

pear within 9|M§«ft«r due 
{MiblicMioo M^PIp, do ^*hat 
may btf mtiMkh to pt^at their 
Unrest. 
TESTE: 

John V. Fefrtr^. Clerk 
By: R. H. Vm Deputy Clerk 
Fraiteick iLa^twr© fco^ . 

4iHT 



Take Boflce ltd on'Maf^ 
im, m 10:00 a.m. at WU 
Bdck, Inc., 17tii Street fi^ 
teildw!, Vir|jnia Beach, Vir- 
ginb, we shall exjxjsc to sa^, 
one, 1964 <^ieif I-^kxjt spoib 
C.OUP& serial numbar 
3l0a5133S. i^j^d and re- 
posseMed .from Fre^^k 
Stretoh. USS Putman, D0757 
c/o FPO New York, NY., 
by virtue of the broKft of a 
certain conditional sales con- 
tract, (toted May 29, 1964, in 
pursuance of the UnMorm 
Sales Act <rf Virginia. 

Hok Buick, I^. 
21st & Pacififc 
Vlr^ia Beach, Va. 

5-13-lT 

■1 .. ■ . .1 — f— 

' PUBLK:,iiSABpiiG 

The Virginia Beach 2lx>mng 
Board of Appeals wHl <»nduct 
• SpQcM Heuim <m Mcmlay, 
May 17, 1965, at 1:00 |Mtt. k 
tiie Building Official's Office at 
City Hall, Princess Anne Stadtm, 
Virgink B^<Ai, Viifin«. The 
loUowiag apf^catiin wUl ^p^$ar 
en tftt a^nda. 

CASE I 
W. C. Seaaoma, Hi - 63c«l 
Street, Virginia Beach, Virmiiai» 
requests a variance cm the mnt 
ywd setback of 13 feet bem ^ 
required 30 feet to 17 feet beiB| 
tim northern 100 fea <rf tott 38 
and 39, on the eaM s^ of ^ 
lantic Aveftuc, between 45di 
and 4^ Greets, Plat of Hol^, 
Viifinia Beadi Bcxough- 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST 
APPEAR BEFORE THIS 
BOARD. 

RespectfuHy submitted, 

Loyd D. Saundera 

Secr^ary f 



J<mn 

By: Ma^aret M. H 
D^Hity City Clerk 




3-13-2T 



CAiJiaiT TiiiiNG 

ARROWHEAD — A Vir- 
ptm Beach couple wss t^K^ 
un<^ erre^ last a^ek as they 
v®re renK^vi^ ^rt^Aiery fron 
an uBocciiemI house at 329 
dkaiaw ^Mid, , fc^ md. 

tliey have be^ ideolMid as 
Lmmi Tunier Carringt^ and 
Heleii Berrike Carrii^Nsn of 
2139 Laacbtowm AoaA t^cer 
t. L. T1i(nhpKm made Ae ar- 
rest ifter od^iHh^ ^m te- 

^hr of ilw burglarize 
bouse tt Mr^. l^ifont S. 
Cnm^ of ikmik, > 



COMMCK^IWEALTH 
OF VKGtNU 

Im the Ocfk'a OHia of Hie 
CttariC<}owt<of dw Ofy ol Vh^ 
iM»B«Mh, OB the 28th ^y of 
AMt, 1#6$. 

CmOER (HP PUBLICATION 
DARLENE FUSSELL» 

PhUntffl, 
i^aimt 
WILLIAM ROY FUSSHJl, 

Defen(tant. 

Ike object of tijiis suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo ntetri- 
monii from the said detcoduA, 
upoh the grounds <rf des^tion. 

And M i^idavte haviiw been 
made and filed that the «fiend- 
aot is a mm-resideot of the State 
df Vu^giim, die hi^ known post 
office address beii^ Dothan, 
Alat^uria, it is ordered thiA he 
do appear here whhifi tra (10) 
days ^er due.publicadon here- 
of, and do whiut may be nec^- 
sary to protect his intoest in 
Ais sak. 

A 0(^y— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerit 

By: J. Curtis Fruit D.C. 
BRYDGES & BROYLES p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virgiina Beadi, Virginia 

5-6-4T 

VMnia: ~" ~ 

fiiie Clerk's Office of Ae 
Orarit Court «l Vbtbiia Beach, 
oe Ike ^a day of April, 1965. 
K)HN a POSTELL and 
BDWIK C. KELLAM, 
Go-Admwkttators of the Estato 
of idbA Cunniogimm Po&tell, Jr. 
& Itelen Allred PosteU, 
dnnplainants 
vs. 
BABARA TAYLOR POSTELL 
and ELIZABETH AfSlNE 
POWELL, et al, Defen4aiits ' 
The gt^ot of this suit is to 
obtam a declaratory judgment 
conbemii^ tiie dUbSbi^km of 
Ae proobeds of several msutaiice 



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ORDINANCE NO. 146 

AN OftDlNAJ^CE TO ALTER 
THE BOUNDAiRffiSOF BAY- 
IDE No. 1 VOTING PRE- 
INCT WITWN B A Y SI D E 
BOROUGH; TO ESTAM.ISH 
ADDITIONAL ELECTION 
DBTRICTS WITHIN BAY- 
rSIDE No. 1 VOTING PRE- 
CINCT; TO CHANGE AND 
ESTABLISH VOTING 
PLACES WITHIN BAYSIDE 
No. 1 VOTING PRECINCT. 
BE IT ORDAInED BY THE 
COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH: 

1. That pursuant to §24-45, 
Cod^ (rf V^pBia 1950, m 
amended, the electioli distri^ 
kirawn as Bayside No. 1, Vptitig 
Precinct, Bayside BcM-oudi, i& 
henjby dialled, and the follow- 
ing new election districts are 
ihq.isby iesttablished ^Ithan liw 
following described boundaries: 
BAYSIDE No. lA— 

Beginni^ at a pdnt on tiie 
Western B^m^ of the Lynn- 
haven River (Baysick Borough 
and Lyni^aven Borcni^ line) 
and cent» line of rleaswe 
House Creek and running ui a 
North westeriy directton <m the 
cei^r line of Pleisure Hcwte 
Creek to a point \i«4iere tto cen- 
ter lines of Shore Drive and 
BayvrHe iRoad iMersec^; thence 
in a Westerly direction along the 
center line OT^Slwre Drive to a 
point where tfle centor lines of 
Siorer Drive and Firat Ctowp 
Road intersect; thence in a 
Soutiierl^ dir^niwi aloi^ the 
center hne of Firrt Court Road 
to a point where the center line 
of Pleasure Home (R^d and 
First Court Itewl intersect; 
thence in a Northerty direction 
to Northampton Boulevard; 
thence in a Westerly directi(Mi 
along the center line of North- 
ampton Boulevaird to the West- 
ern Property fine of the Navy 
Housing projw^t; thence South- 
erly along the center 'Hhe of In- 
dependence Boulevard to a 
fKjmt on the center line of In- 
dependence Boulevard and the 
Scwthern property Hnfe of Lake- 
view^^onfe; thent^ along said 
Soutih«n propeity' line in a 
Westerly direction to a cow 
on liske Smith; thence In a 
Nordiwcsterly directioti along 
tito center line of Lake Smith a 
distance of' 2,000 feet to a foric 
of tsks ftnith; thence in a 
Sbotibriv dir«:lion aloijg the 
«nt« line of said fork to a 
adif^ <^ tte existing Soitth^ifi 
^^(iary ^e of Bayskk No. 1 
P^biet; thence East and North 
along said Bayside No. 1 Pre- 
cinct liiK to point ot beginning. 



VfRGINIA BEACH SUN, Thursday, May > 3, 1965 




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BAYSIDE No. IB^ ,. 

^ Beginnif^ at a tfw where 
tfie center lim of ^|; Mve 
and the Weitem Mi^i^y line 
<H fiwy ifQMifl|. Intersect; 
thence in a Sbmb^ dtf«:tion 
aWi^ said ^esimflSpropmy Hne 
erf the Navy Housing to, a point 
whfcre the ^d Navj Housing 
p^perty line vmn^cu with the 
center line ci fiidcpenctence 
Bwlevard; thenct in a Souther- 
ly dirofAion ak^ aaid center 
line (rf Indepeuieat^ Bolrievard 
to a point oh 4m cahter Mne of 
Independence Ikyulevarif ahd the 
Southern property ♦Ine of Lake- 
view Shores; thence al^ng said 
Southern property line erf Lake- 
ew Shores in a Westeriy di- 
ion to a cove on Lake 

; thence in a Northwesterly 
dk^tion along die center line 

ke Smith to a point on the 
ceiUer toe of SlK»e Drive and 
Lake &nith; tham% along the 
center line of Shore Drive in an 
Easterly directkM to the point <rf 
beginning. ^ 

BAYSIDE No. IC— 

B^Mloi at a point where the 
cei^r line iA Shore thrive and 
the cerMtt' lii» of Lake Smith 
intersect; thence in a Southeriy 
^re^on along ^e center line 
<rf iUke Smith to a fxrint on 
the center line on Ae Stwdwm- 
most fork of L^ke Smith; (hence 
aflong the center ibie <rf ^e 
SouOemmoftf fork in a Soudier- 
ly directipoLjQ. a point <xi ^e 
existing Eaysiite No. 1 boundary 
line; thence alot^ ^e said Bay- 
side No. 1 bcwndary line in a 
Westerly direction and then 
turning to a Northerly direction 
Vo a point on the center line of 
sn^ Biiy&lde No. 1 boundary 
4he smd the <%nter Hne of %ore 
Drive; theix^ along the said 
center Hne of Shore Drive in an 
Ea^dy directicMi to the poi^ of 
beginning. 

2. The voting place for each 
di^rk^ If ^a^y crtahJahed as 

EtocdM DbUkt - Votfa« Place 

Bayside No. 1 A 

Thoro^hgood Elemmtary 
' School 

IB 
Park -fiemwJtary 



4^.1401 (FOR mmmUiru AfnHHi 

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31 llulldtn^..«a|Mlrifi^ 



Coatnu^nv k Borne BuiUtera-^ 
LM 04 Mp |Mi wHh thaA neit 
hooM— addtt^#— ffir repairs. 
Wfl on Mn^ i^teriali horn 
baaemmt to irttle lad aid you hi 
finasdng. \ 

Plrane: Kelkm ft &loa, Ine. 
(1) «4^1 



We apecMbte in kitchen cabinets, 
home improvemeflti aiKl any 
type of shop work. C^ll Pon- 
darosa Mill Work at 3008 
South Lynnhaven Road, 
341-5520 or 341-2682 even- 



up. 



3-11-TFN 



NEW AND REPAIR WORK 

Plumbing — Heating 

Elwtrical — Air Conditioning 

PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBING 

AND ELECTRICAL 

SUPPLIERS, INC. 

Vhom 426-2660 

11-5.tfn 



3b AMIanea Sarvicas 



VACITUM CLEANERS— Hoover^ 
Salei and •NVice. Prompt af- 
fidnit repairs. Pick up an<{ 
deUvary. Phone GAS42£I 
Fuel Pead k Building 8ttp< 
pUea. Ine 



EMM.OYA\ENT 



Se« KNAPP SHOES fuU or part 
time. Earn $25 to $150 a 
week <m h^ commissions 
and bwius. Steady year-round 
business. Equipment furnishwi 
free. Write to J. G. Clayton, 
Kmpp Shoes, BrocktMi, Mass. 

5-6-2T 



Needed — 3 men immediately for 
manager trainee program 
Must be attenti^ tiid career 
minded. Call 428-9142. 

1149-t£a 



Bayside No. 
Shekon 
School 

Bayaide No. 



IC 



Bayside Elementary S^ol 

3. This ordhian<» slraB be 

gublished once in the Virginia 
«ach Sun and by posting a 
c^ <rf Ais ordinance at the 
ofPDe of the R^tiar at Large, 
at the Orcutt Ctourt and at eadi 
voti]^ irface »tablisfhed herein, 
md at any hsrmtt voting place, 
at 4e^ flirty (30) days bsfore 
the general election. 

4. This ordinance sh^ be in 
^e<^ from and after its 4idop- 
tion. 

5-13-lT 



OPPORTUmTYl 
WHERE THE ACTION ISf 

Due to expansion of our Vir- 
ginia Beach Boulevard office, 
we have oneoings for 5 people 
mterested m the fascujatmg 
field of selling homes. Call 
Goodman-Segar-Hogan RkI- 
dentiai Sales Corp. 341-3232. 

2^1-tfn 

42 Help WanlMi^ia or Pamalt 



•^ 



mkCHMM — 



le Ai-Nelaa For Sale 



F^ Sale .— Shatow well pump 
complete with 55 jpllon stor- 
age tank. 208 7Wi Street. 
Virginia Beadi, Virginia. 

5-13-2T 



WOMEN — "FIGURE CON- 
TROL" KXMC, by audior 
RAF physical fitness manual. 
New Aj^e-beauty appro^h 
for all women. No outmod^ 
"exerdies." Shows how var- 
ious figure problems — over- 
weight,/ underweight, reduc- 
ing, developif^, posture — can 
l« successfully tackled by 
poise training, diet, progres- 
sive resistance exercises. Il- 
lustrated "Arco" book. Qoth. 
$3.75, postpaid (no C.O.D.). 
5-day satisfaction refund of^ 
fcr. Send check/ M.O. to S K. 
Robhison, Box 4015-B, V 
ginia Beach, Va. Dealer 

5- 13m 



93 HoyMTieW Oawb 



For sale now — new alM^^ 
built sofa beds in a varK^ty 
of colors and fabrics. Ateo 
sofas, love seats, assorted 
chairs, tables, chests, book- 
cases, <ttnettes and bedroom 
furniture. HiUtop Ufrfiolster- 
ing Co., 1(K)0 Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. ]%one 428-63'77. 
Call us to upholster and re- 

" finish your worn, soiled and 
marred furniture. Free esti- 
mate, pick-up and delivery. 
"We buy and sell used ftimi- 
ture." 

4-1-TFN 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



110 AfMrtmants Unfurnished 



APARTMENTS— Furnished <» 
uirfumisbed. .Yearly or seas<m- 
al. Cooper Realty, 206 2SUi 
Street, 428- 133^0. Nighte 428- 
6833. ' 



m Apartwiaiitt l^tfrwlaiiad 



REKTAl REAL ftWM 

lit ApartmMta fuhUrfwi 

Oaa and z btdrooin fumlthed 
•^rti^M. Ylv fOMl 
428-2724 Or 4^U€6M. 



, wely iK^^iM, 4 
Toomn ' ban. E^^ iMni- 
meat Call 428-3^ 
j-13-tfB 

2 l^droom apeitii^nt 6 blocki 
horn ocean. Coo^ato to 
Oceana, cm iv«^da^ &|5- 
8462 between 10 a.BL antf 5 
p.nu After 6 p.m, 587-4m 
. 4-22 H 

11^41 AparttiMQlt aiNl 



Wanted — houses w a^UEliMnts 
to rent or sell. Summer raMU 
n^d^ Cooper Realty, 206 
25th Street. 428-1330. Nidits 
428- 6833. 

3-2-TFN 



lis Homt— PumiiHad 

FijBii*ed fx unfioattied. I 
bedrock cotUge. #75 \ 
y«riy. Call 428-6425. 
5-13-tfB 



One be^oom, Ut^ esMn. din^ 
ette, kitclien and bm^ Yearty 
)»&e required. t9# S£n^ 
Call 428-6052 or 428-1358. 

5-6-IT 

Oceana - Near basn. Two fop? 

nished ctjtta^. Con^«nWil 

location. ~Ctae-two petite 

340-8329. ^i 

5-13^ 



Living room, bedroom, ki^ieii^ 
l»th Omvenient lOilKmiii^ 
churotes, teuirihcMtt. vta^ 
reaf(Miable yetitf reoM, f^, 
ciffc Avenue, t^im owiW^ 
428-5016 or 428-2143. 
. S-lt,« 



CO»MCM«<W£ALTIt 
OF VIROINIA 

In the Cterk's (MBcc of the 
Owt* Cowl ^ Ihe Cl^ M 
yhffada liitt, oi the tenth 
iiv 61 WN, 1965. 
ORDEll OF PUBLICATION 
•LEAH RAE SMH.EY MHJLBR 

PWirtiff, 
aganiA 
WILLIAM HARRY MILLER, 

Defeadaitt. 

Thi object <rf ^ suit is to 
obtain a divorce a mensa ct thOTo 
to be later merged imo a divorce 
a vincnk) nrattimoni bom the de- 
fendant, upon flw grounds of c«i- 
^rutive desettion as of November 
6th, 1964. 

And an aff itUvit having befcn 
ti^e aqd fiM that the defeiKl- 
«nt is not a residbnt of the State 
6f Virgkica, ftie last known post 
office addr»s being: VP23, U.S. 
Naval Ak S»tion, Bnfflswidc, 
Maine, it k ©r^ed tlwt he do 
appear here within Ten (lO) 
pays after due publication hereof, 
ind do w^iat itray be neo^sary to 
protect his interest in this suit. 

A copy^ — ^Teste: 

JOHN V. FfiNTRESS, Ckrk, 

byi J. Curtb Fruit, 
D^ty Qerk. 
Fine, Fhre, Le^m, Schwan & 



Salesmwi or Salesladies — NO 
EXPERIENCE NEOES- 
SARY. I can use 2 sincere 
train^s interested in a sound 
rales career. (Nc^ door to 
dooy.) My new men earn 
$6000 to $10,000 die first 
year. Opportunity few rapid 
advancement to management 
positions. Must have car, but 
travel is optional.' For inter-,' 
vfcw call Mr. Furrey, 
428-3396. 

4-22-TFN 



to Misc. imtnicHons 



FBI* 

720 Law BuHdiag 
Norfolk, Virginia 



p.q. 



5-13-4T 



.iTr?w?j.Tiri 



NOW YOU CAN MASTER 
SHORTHAND PRINCIPLES 
IN JUST 9 HOURS AT 
HOME! Easy alphrtJetic sys- 
tem. To 120 wor<fe/minute. 
Na^nrily advertised "Alpl^a- 
hjeid" course. Worid's only 
sejK-teachii^ abc systein of- 
fering /''Prc^amed Learning" 
teachihg machine — work- 
book — 2 dictation records — 
special dictionary! Only $9.95 
complete, p<»t-paid. 14Hctay 
satisfaction/refund offer. Send 
check/M.O. to S. K. Robin- 
son, Box 4015-B, Virginia 
Beach, Va. To order C.O.D., 
dial 340-6257 evenings. Dis- 
tributor. 

5-13-3T 



Aostio's QMirt Motel • A|Nirt- 
menu, 206t:19tb Street. Effi- 
cieiKy apartments. All utllitiei 
furnisbfd. Also, 4-rpom a^rt- 
nimt ikd fornislied ioOtti. 
Block fn»n Bus StadiUL B) 
week or m^mtb. 



117 mm^ To im 

Unfumi^i^ tame frf 
tive. Ja efii flfaa^ 

^Bdro^ns,^ 2 iAt 

8322. 

3-1^ 

REAL Bvm^fm mt 




124 HMtM ¥»r ^ta 



New and nuxtem, (mw ami two 
bedroom ajmrtmei^. txm 
yearly rentals, also w^kly uid 
moiKhly rentals. CaU 
428-6713. 

3-11-TWI 



2 Bedroom furnished apartment 
Convenient location. Immed- 
iate (Mxupancy. Yearly rental 
Call 428-3680. 

2-9-tfD 



Furnished one bedroom cq»^- 
ment with livii^ room, kit- 
d»raiette, bath and lai^e closet 
$60 pet mopth thru September. 
$40 per monrti next 6 mon^ 
Call 428-4960 or 428-7827, 

5;6-2T 



MERCHANDISE 



A* Your £yt Phytidan MmuI 

TRAYLOrS 

6^ Orf ICIAN 
S«rvinf VltaiiiNi Km<|i 

B«riMr4 tt. MeNMMn, ll*r. 

CA»a»» a.«io 




For salf. 2 bedroop how^ M^ 

aoary i^nrtructed. An^ Am 
nue, overlook^ b^n^y 
Lake 110%. i^m O^^ 
Comer \bL Pnixd tot "^ 
sale. $10,000. Vixume 
Si^i^ctory cUent ft. 
Mo<»e, Br<Aer, Jarvis 
JCjtchen. CaU 428-7751 

WiH trade. Em^ in 2 hetbo^tf 
house at 2240 Rufteon Statt^ 
GMewood Pa r k. LchmHH 

Bridge, for sati^:^^ 1^ 

trailer. Phone Wiiwess 

R^ty Company. 428-33^* 

. 3H3^tt 



ari 



127 Sale or ExdMnft 



iLou M West Pahn He&ik and 
Miami, city water «d sew^^ 
age. Owner wJU s^ cv Iq^ 

Im- vkyai i^c^ ii0f#ty 

Call 428-0752. 

4f29^R 



INSTRUCTIONS 



HARDWMIHOOL 



L^KTOCK-WTS 



70 Dfeiflg— C4ta— Ofhar Pats 



Dog, itrfmh, pan ^phtrd and 
labradpr. 10 months. Fr^ to 
good home. Call 428-4553. 
,. .. .; 5-6-tfn 

Free. 5 fat, f|ir\ny kittens to ani- 
mal lovers. Housebroken by 
devoted ntother. Please call 
428-2286. 

5-13-lT 



JCTIONS 



BAYISUNb 

Ti^$water*l.Fh)^ AQ . 
Waterfroot Omokoaity 
Lots FOR SALE 

fiAtlSUNP 

REAL ESTATE CO. 
46Mm^ Mohte 0AMin 

A^JNOlWCEMe^ 



ti rHmfMmm . 

k k P ifcfveaways fifc:-i-We ifffl] 
d^wr yeuf car to or l{oia iay 
city. CK«Mly aetected driver&'i 
Cyi62»0804. 




RIAL ESTAfE 
EXAM COURSE 

Stats Liceiu* PrwpMvtorjr 

Day and Evaaiag CImm« 

Cla«MM l0str«ct«4 By Pn^ic 

ipg Attarncjr and A Llc^»«4 

R«al E*tat« Brolnr. 

'Pa«« SUto Board Eaan 

^ , EMily-^EaraU Naw 

CtJMPLETE COUR3C-..$35 

Tidetmter's Most Expfimmed 

School 

Norfolk-PortsniMitli 

REAL ESTATE SCM>OL 

eaUaa-Triaafla B«iM«r> 
PHONE MA 2.3074 



Vkglrtia Btoch 
FINANCIAL 



2ND MORTGAGES 

ANY AMOU>41WrAfT SKRViOij 

ANCHOR RMTY 

CA 8-7421 ANVTiME 




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Mm. R. E. l1oclna«B pias LUatanaat ban «■ kar r*c«Btly proBiot«<d katband. LT. Heckauia U 
HAS Ocaaaa'a Ra^ar Air Traffic Control Contar O f f icor. StaarfiBf by to eWngratuUt* tha aaw LT. ara 
^UU p. W. CMk, ctatMa axacativa of ficar. aad C DR. C. W. A4aais, Oparatioat Of ficar. 
^r (U.S. Kmrj Pkoto) 




4-H Activities 
and Events 

G. ntANCIS LAY 




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"Let Qot him who is facHKcIess puM down the house of anodier, 
I^ him labor diiigeotiy and build one for himself, thus by 
iple a^uring that his own shall be safe htxa violence when 
teik." A. LinctAi ^ 

(Mk), folks! This wedc-end af^noximately 40 4-H Club 
Wd k»6ius ^Nn Vii^iiki B«Mh ^ faie takmg aa edu- 
catioial tour to Wa^hi^n, D.C. 

the ^oup wiU leave Ken^viUe Junior 
H^ Schttd at 4;30 p.m., Friday, May 14A, 
and &«wl to tin Ni^^hwI 441 C«iter. On Satur- 
<kiy, loyn wHl be made to ^e" White House 
(arrao^ ^ O^pessimui HicHiiai H. Down 
00^ W^»nb3ii Monument, Nattonal Art 
(Mefft^bB fe ffl e ra o o and Linccrfn Memorials, 
r Pwuk^ KettKdy's grave, and the Tamh of ttw 
IMaown Soidto at Aitin^oo, NfttkHuU Ceiae- 
tary, anl 4be Natlona] 2Ux4<^kal Piait. Sattuftiay 
evin^ IN; 0mp will lattn dt^ ftinctioii of 
«e MHioiiri 4-H PStiiWon and the National 
4^H Cmtat. Ob Sumfay, Ae group will visit i}» National Gaf(he<feal 
or th* SMw t>f the Immai^tete Comxption and attend Oiurch 
atrvices ef Aeir tdioice. and^ wffi Mnir ^ SmM»c«iiaii Ii»titi|tion's 
Museums of Natural His^y wd ScieiK% and Technology. The 
mm wiH <tkOO return to Ken^MViUe Junior Hi^ School at ap- 
iMMMtely 9:30 p.m. 

4-H members taking Ihc tour we: BreiMite Iv«, Mic)»(!l Ives, 
I|iye Frosty Beverley Frost, CarcS Brothertm, Stwan Brotfieit(m, 
Bungard, Qiff Bungard, a^ Lm E^n Scofield; Also. &^bv 
), Laurie Thomdike, Barry Burint^, Keith Kwitchoff, Gait 
t, BoW}y J^pr, Susan LiMy, DeMrie Dau^trey, Jo Ann 
Judy Nicklas, Dora Nk;klas, and Jimmy /^sgier. Others 
Nort Lanra-, Jim Kelly, Ctais- Kelly, '" 
Smt Oiver,^ JoMlY NmRton,' 
Irat, BeA Hc^likb/Deflbe Dodd, 
aiteiiM| t^be: Mr. & W^ Bmt 
I ted MM Mary T. Raliey. fext 
Cte^bW R- F^b(»ie, iod C 

J. lliis e^id^oMd tour m beii^ ^prasoired 
l^gtam BeKh 4-H Council. 

epMTOG ^VESTH 

Mb^ 14r45, 16 — Educatioaal Tour 
May 20 — Ootneri 4-H Ma^ttsg^ UK 

t-Odp.m. \ 



SmUNTS HONORED 

GREENVE-LE, N.C. — 
; «l^ atv^nts received c^- 
rec(^Hti<m at East Caro- 
C^t^ for outaemfing 
,^4iitic achievement durint 
.,.„ winter qiMMter of the 1964- 
^ idiool ye«r. 

;1iey-«re Bryan l.ee Beimett, 
3348 PleuMire tloase Road 
(teaa'a Hat), Beverly Mm lUy 
S710 Meer St, and Bsr^»u« 

Ske Taylor. 1325 Kildcer 
ut (honor rati). 

ELUSION INJURES 3 

IRGINIA BEACH— Ttaee 
ng people wenB kittied in 
car ooHiskm reeiiiitly at tte 

tion of Laskki Rj»d 9ai 
.:« Drive, 
odderick S. Gaiy, 16. of 4^ 

venue, dri\^ ct one car. 

his left kqee, am) his 

t, Garv I^erick, 20, 

his right arm. 

ice tvoft C^*elt, 16, 

"aapa* Wace, Nofolk, 

h* vecmid car, wf- 

the ^ foot and 

Mivcfc ter head 

ML 

a ft. A. IBMtt invesd- 



EMRHAE WINS 

RICHMOND — EiwRhae 
Ford, Inc. is among the 85 Gold 
Car and Truck Leadership 
Awards that have been {N-esent- 
ed to Richmond sales district 
Ford deaier^ips in recogpiti<»t 
of their l»ving equaled or ex- 
ce^ed the new-car market pen- 
etration of rheir major competi- 
tor during 1964 in their respec- 
tive trading areas. 



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We craatt FfMik* tliM dlstiBpriih 
kMH^kme*, iOScet, itofi, 
DatigDed Uao- 
•mait, eolof- 
ibctton which a? 
tR can lABtGli. 
la a 
if4ived wvioe, 
-co^ May we 
aftCbialg? 




1 UK irrttinnT n am wnma sums 
UTE-Mia UNCOLN CONTINENTALS 



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imuiv ear buyart toadltiontNy take deUvary of thdr now ears 
«tfiy HI ttit yotr. For Ms raason wa have an untttuall^ flno 
•loot of .|»rt^ous^ owned Cotltinantals in liko^nwir conaMon, 
Mto mom ttton idoely brokon in. Our staff of «(ports Nivo 
fMtertd thMn to prhno conditton, and we are pndng thinn 
to ^for Impronhm savings. You wiN find it a rara opp^tanHy 
to moM up to ContlnenUI quaHfy and luxury at • prlM yen 
CM affoRl. 

M. D. NORTH INC. 



aoo W. 21tl StfMt, Norfolk 

5541 Eatf Virginia Boacli Blvd. 

Vai,Uc. f569 

LINCOLN MERCURY 



Phono MA7.7763 
497-8934 

COMET 




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laan di aoi 4f Ml 

foovtuWiadri^ IwwttEa 
to go out wok a iNi ~ 
gU la aqr adied. I 
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iba aaas na toaUai tit Imt, lAini 
tiBB Mond ni protaad At 
«kii liiHtftot Ma Bic I havo wmt USA 
h«> that X kffa iMr. Should 2 
viMo aad t^ hsr ttat X do, or 
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to tta 0Af anaaga it tfnoB^i a 
laatad ^frittd, 6at to Jkaev'hv 
tad 0m hn Am Mga t faurit y to 
kaoaryee. Y«a ai^ spoil ym^ 
thaofst of gitthig to k^ow kor 
rt dl tt yon coBttnua to ba iuA 
a yomg aunt la a hnrryi 

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with oaty paymontt. 
C^no In «hd lot ut dls- 
cuta with you ^ana • 
tWM - auto - f urnituro. 

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MMoat Amo HoHon Molho ^^^01 



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GET A GIFT for YOURSELF plus 

FREE equipment for clubs, Khools, 
churches and other loc^l service 
organizations, too, with the same 
Gold Bond Savers Book. 

^ GOLD BOND'S 
GROUP PROJECT PLAN 

ask for 4ttaiU at any 
GoU Bond mtrehant, today! 




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^mmmK^EACm— The 

Vi|g^ ^itf Jonfor ^mber 
Jff(^H^ttme held its gnnual 
^^ectl^ of Officers rwently and 

tthose t««lvc men to terve on 

fhe i96S^ ficwd. 

AcMea as pi^i<tot was Pfc 
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NEW BUS 
SEfflflCE 



VIRGftBA BEACI^ — City 
Afeaftger W. Rytsell Hatchett 
annouqoed thi» week that be- 
^innin^ June I a new btts serv- 
ice wM| be inaugidMcd in eei^^ 
tain mmoi Ae diy. - i< 



'SHINDIG' COMES TO 
CmC CENTER SUN. 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The largest produced sta^ show to 
ever be presented in Virginia Beach will be held at the Aian B. 
Shepard Civic Center Sunday for two performances. 

^BCs top-ranked teen-age show, "Shindig," will be pre- 
sented at 2:30 and 7:30 p.m. under sponsorship of WNOR Radio. 
Gerry & the Pacemakers, one i 



of the most popular singing 
groups f.-om Liverpool, England, 
"ill' headline the two hour 
t^ows. 

Other we!) known acts will 
include Shirify Ellis. Roosevelt 
Grisr, the Dixie Qif», Willy 
Nelson, Linda Giil, Jim Doval 
A. the Gauchos, Joey l*aige and 
the Shindig Dancers, dingers and 
Band. 

Although the Virginia Beach 
performances will not be taped 
for television showing, the shows 
will follow the fxattem of the 
weekly national network pre- 
sentations. 

Jimmy O'Neill, who lio^ tiie 
television shows, will be on hand 
Suilday to ho^ both perform- 
ances here. 

To make it even lisore au- 
thentic^ several truckloads of 
the equiiunent and scenery used 
on television will be brought in 
and assembled on the Civic Ce»«^ 
ter stage. 

The Shindig Dancers, Slni^Nrs 
and Band are headliners in ^ir 
own ri^ and have a large fol- 
lowing^ among the teen-ap fans. 



Proud And Happy Moment 



O^in and Is pNM^ f^icti- 
c^ m UAia KmA in Vtr- 
gnyi ^^acfc. He has two chU- 
dim, Mttgar^, afe II, and^ 
KdA, age 9, and he ^Mm m 
nn Woo(HHtf$t Drive witk Ms 
wilb, I^e^y. 1^. Skinny served 
the lay^ei •$ its Sum I^eQUr 
in i^MS» Md *^ie4 Ind 
ftr clip«^ to one ^ itf Nidst 
saoeoMlM yMli. 

1^ l^»:ei» also theted to 
office Ho^eit G. ^Hy, Ist vice 
m«si(kDtj and Paul D. Vaaoot 
2iid vkse fveaident. Th^e nito 
mm irin aeive aiom wiA Wti- 
liam h. Shepeard, Jr. m se^- 
t«y and Dr. Wm. Pntna^, tmn- 
ffier. t, 

ISeoted to the board or direc- 
tum Iw one year were tfie fol- 
kMviQg dircctMs. Charles W. 
I>uft III, Kobett M. lantern, 
Wm. E. I^wtor, C. J<M-dan Ball, 
Jr., Micky Hajws, JcAn G. Perry, 
afld Jack Ckmett. 

The annuid ^uttaUatiin for of- 
ficers wtU be heM at die Cape 
Cotany Ottb at 7:30 p.m. on 
May 28. 



Dft. E. C SiONNER, ir. 

■ (Boice Photo) 

fOMAN INJURED 

miNCESS ANNE — A 30- 
yiar old tvcMnan suffered cm 
and tmibes Tuoday afternoon 
when she tost ccuitrol (^ her car 
on a <mrve en Hcrfland Road and 
ran into a ditch. 

Officer H. J. TlKMnas i<fenti- 
f»d the driver as Mrs. Mary T. 
Bamford <rf 3037 Ferry Farm 
tahe, Princess Alme Plaja. 
I^ere w^ about $300 damage 
to VKS car. ^ 

The officer diai^nl Mrs. 
Bamf<»d with reckless driving 
and not having an operatOT's 
permit in her possession. 



Odfh via flit Tmiiways 
ttofi on Pacific Avenue and^i*^ 
tack to Ootana nd t^ new 
Genei|il HMoital of Vii|^ 
B«di near nUlH^ 

One <A the round trips wilt%e 
to vA Ifom 89th S^if^ via tfief 
1ms stMtoD o««r tfie above route. 

AteoQMl tr^ from S9tfa S6c0 
y\A 4ie bos Mation will be avail- 
able hy transfo' at tfie bus sta- 
tknu 

There wM afao be two trips 
daily in ea^ dir«:ti(m be^ve^ 
dovnitown N«i<rik and the new 
General Hospital gH Virginia 
Beach. The NotfoUc service will 
add new stops to d points atong 
Great Neck Ro^ and First Co- 
lonial Road between Seaview 
Bea^ and Oceana. 
, Another new service wiH be 
operated from Knotts Island, 
N.C. over Princess Aniw Road 
via City HaH at I^incess Anne 
Station to both Vu^ia Beadi 
Borough aiMi the Clty of Nor- 
folk. 

Information on the times and 
sche(^es cooConuu the new 
service may be CNbtained by 
calltag 428-2002. 



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LVP^IHAVEN — Two p^ 

wwe injured ui a 4-ciff 

ooUtston on Lesner Bridge at 

hav^ IiiAet Sunday about 

35 p.m. 

Carmen PatcarosI, 32, cit 
3301 E. Oc^anview Avowe re- 
portedly suffered back and neck 
injuries and his wife. Rose, 49, 
received ii|uries to jher rigUt 
arm. 

Patrolman D. A. Wallace said 
that three cars had stopped on 
Lesner ft^ge wl^n a fourth 
vdiiele came up from ihtt rear, 
failed to stop and plowed into 
the last car, causing a chain re- 
mcukm of rear rad ot^uMS. 

Rittsd^l Vernon Waymire, 26, 
of Fort Eustis was charged «^ 
foHowing too closely ^the officer 
reported 

Drivers oS Uie other cars woe 
Judith B. Isham, 23, of N(»- 
foik.and Richard E. Moon, 24, 
of.HapewdU. There was sev^al 
fauiidr«i doUan (Unu^e rach to 
the Moon, Pascatma, and Way- 
imre vehicles. 



They ve carAilly sebcted for 
their individual performance as 
well as their capability in back- 
ing the star performers. 

The leading acts in the show 
have made frequent appearances 
on ABC's "Shindig" and most 
of them have recordings among 
the top sellers in the nation. 

Civis Center Dir«:tor Bill 
LiHyman said that the cttAtx 
had to put in new eiectrical lines 
to carry the heavy load of de^ 
tricity needed -for the show's exMV 
tensive lighting equipment. 

"This show will be different 
^rom anything we've ever had 
in Virgmia{!)Be(u;h," Lillyman 
said. "It's I far cry from thf 
usual rockwid-^oll ^ow. it^ 
more like a Broadway produc- 
tion." :-i^^iir: 




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Armed Forces Day Bigger And Better Than Ever 



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tir<krbM rntvp Um ^^r gMla Saaeb Jmi(«r CiMabar af 



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Tba aaaaal AraMMl F 
Satariajr. Abby Hilton, ilUa ybytaia 
laaclMOB was AsaUtaM Satt; 

MB^tac officwr Capt. O. C RvMay II. Airard* -mfutt to Nanr Sdtfal af M«»U^ o^tarr b«iAi| KaOka Hifb Scbaal, dvMaa baada; Daai 
ftadi Q«Ma4 MiMila OrU TCMi. ktfUtttr awreUaf aaitsi Fra^rick MUltary AeadiMir, dvUiaa aMurablM mHt Daa Nacb, fint, 
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Oaaaaa NAS aarf Baah af VIrgiaia Baacb» wiadkw AqMays- (Pbataa br Boiea aa<l US Nary) 



'KrVfiSf teeif^%g«?r gaiis^ 
menton this waek and etu^ re- 
sp^nKT to Ae preliminary plam 
# bqi turn-out tiw first 

The new ^ib wU te dttcd. 
the Ti 

mi VhN 

glnia, Beach, Dragway officiiOs 
have inin»d J»t Maore as its 
director. 

Memberdtip cards aiKi auto- 
maiyUe decahi will be issued to 
members i^ lour dasses: ap- 
prentice, noflce, amateur and 
{H-ofessiottal. Gfoups, «nd(ff 
sponsonhip <rf varicws autonKi- 
bile (teirien, will be formed in 
Chesapeake^ Vii^ta Beach, 
Norfdk, Itortsmouth, Newport 
News and Hampton. 

Each group wiH be uncter the 
fluperviston of a shop or mechan- 
ics teacher, or other adnhs who 
w^ to work with tMa-i^|ers in 
eadi Tkiewater community. 

A ^aU memb^hip fee will 
be r^ired to pay for instruc- 
tors, upkeep of the track aiMl 
timhig equipment and the cost 
<^ printing decids and member- 
ship cards. 

llie car dealers, many of 
whom have already askul to 
serve as sponsors, will open their 
dioi» at a prearranged time so 
that high sdiool students misht 
work on their cars. Parts will b: 
suf^lied at a low cost. 

S^dents in the amateur ami 
prc^e^onal classifications will 
be allowed to run Saturday 
ni^t and Sunday in regular 
oompetitton at \aM price, if 
they wish. 

However, apprentices and 
novices will not be aflowed to 
compete in regular competition. 

CHasses will be held to teach 
students all aspects of the rules 
and regulations of all types of 
dragging and racing and each 
member will be given American 
Hot Rod Association rule bboks. 



Jwlar baata aad baatoaa at tba aacaaaafal opaalM of tba NaatHaa MmaaM *«af«|t* »rf (|tft<. 
la ri«bt) B^ar I. Uraa4ar. Uada Mar CbUda. Miba MarMa. «o«*att ^ml^m^ a|i4 |(4w«v«LfaMlik 
Mika ami Evwratt ara avM faaail adlaatora, friiHa E4«a»^ Uada aa4 E4waHl iMva »at tWhf SiiiVHftltn 

la aa^ fmt aaa aa to baeaaa award wiwiara. 



TUESDAY DEADLINE 
FOR P.O. PROPOSALS 



m AUCTION AT FESTIVAL 



VIRGINIA BEACH— tues- 

dav at 1 p.m. is the deadline for 
submitting sealed proposals for 
the operation of a contract post 
oiffice station to be located in 
^Kempsvilte. 

Such proposals must be sub- 
mitttti on postal form Ne. 1459 
which may be obtained from the 
main Post Office at 24th Stre^ 
and Atlantic Avenue They will 
be received by Postmaster J. T. 
Crosswhlte Jr. 



BAYSIDE — An fnovatic* it 
St. Pius X Summer Festiinai this 
year will be ait "art aucttoa." 
Mrs. Elizabeth D'Auria, well 
known artist at Norfolk fod 
Virginia B^h (he- studio is at 
Sylvan Beach) is in charge of 
thC' auction. She is appealit^ to 
artists in the ar^ to donate a 
picture. The pictures must all be 
originals in either oils, water- 
colors 'or drawings. Sculpture 
is also acceptable. ' ' 

She is asking the artist to 
write, name, address, telehone 



number, title of picture, price 
Applicants must agrw to (I) and media on the upper left 



LAST TAX MEET 

THALIA -^ ^e city's final 
meeting on die sabs tax ordin- 
ance will be held Tuesday at 
7:30 pm at Princess Anne High 
School. 

The first meeting was held 
tiis p«st IHiesday u the Gvk: 
Center and drew a large number 
of interestni merchants. 



provide space in the main room 
of a store at a location cwiven- 
ient to the public; (2) tondle 
the usual postal transactions; (3) 
l^'ovide Mch equipment as 
deemed necessary by the post- 
master; and (4) a $4,000 security 
bo^'d. ' 

TTie term of the contract wiH 
fend June 30, 196^. 



DETECTIVES AT MEET 



h3.nf\ corner. , 

The pictures will be on a dis- 



WRGINIA BEACH — Fivej 
detectives with the Virginia 
Beach Police Department at- 
tended a Law Enfor«!merft Of- 
ficer's Training Semiitar Moo- 
day in Quandco, Va. 

They were Lt. W. W. Davis, 
Lt. H. C. Terry, Sgt. A. E. 
Smith , and Detectives C. O. 
iLamwrt and G. F. Roberts. 

The meeting was sponsored by 
the Provost Marshal's Office <rf 
tiie Marine Cbrps Schools and 
featured top speakers from the 
F.B.I, and the Metropolitan Po- 
Ifcc Department in Washing- 
tonj D.C. 



play alid \i they are not sold, 
dwy will he auctlioned 6f^. 

This is a first iri Tidenater— 
tb« artiat will reedvit 25%' of 
Ihe sales price. Her^tofofe, at 
art auctions, the prKs^zatton has 
received the full price. 

PlctMres not sold will be' re- 
turned. ^^ 

St. Pius X Festival will hirheM 
on the church grounds^ jVumwOI, 
from 3 until 9 ^ pnu. igQ| on 
May 23, from 4.'00 p.m. until 
9 m p.m. ^^ 

Mrs. D'Auria and Mrs. B«fftha 
Faning Ta>'lor will both .|ft; on 
hand to do quick 15 minute por- 
trait sketch)^ at ^leeial " g sti- 
val Prias" "" 



New Branch Ubmry 



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Thia ia AreUtac* WQUma %. M«Clw«'a abatci. ai 

braach library to bo baUt «> a iaiiata4 a»* alte fai WMM|«, 
Datailod plana bava (Mia ta tba Stata lAnvy SaaM ^ai •• 
ara .expoctail to ba IM bofai* tiM and (^ imm. TUa-b Um flwC.«f 
aovoral brancb Hbrariaa plafUH^ f«r ««m«a araaa tbvaai 
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VIRGINIA BEACH SI|V^ TJiMcscfay, May 20, 1965 




TARS MEET 



M^ t. R. C^ wyi* Mn. Itiifii. KicM. Jr., Mr«. HmMfk JC«ck, aarf Mr* J. C Wi>el kw 




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BIN CLUBBiftS ENJOY TOUR 



AtwM Bmm 

Spt^ Fevw <rf adv0a- 
ciM^ icutt twmty mem- 
«Bd gnests ^ the LinkiHwa 
„.E Ganfen Qt^ m l^ 
gathered tt^c^HEf at die Prin- 
cess Anne Cooatry Qub to race* 
their TmHwt^boit, D. f. Bu- 
chaaai^ fix- ihe i^[^,pttpim> 
age tt ^ fl|»^^. m»rli^ 
gsnl»i and t^SMU^ the 
Bericely aW wHll^irMi^Ma. 
The piantatjoiUt ^ on|iiial 
h(Mnes df 4]« H«^^|cm1 ai^ Our- 

WiUianisl>urg and l^ichqaoAd on 
^ James River. 

Tbe day of tt^Uiiig was one 
of fan, hSknnbip, giri talt, apd 

Berkely has po jjesf among 

fa's pIiijii^Aa as a beau- 
mtored e^bfe <^ oor 
«r^. It was the 
I' Lwu pt4pld«iMj— Wil- 
4i»aii Henry Hairiipa, who re- 
turMd home to write hts inad- 
gural^ iddirest; and B^njanilo 
"" ' CJowprnoir of 




u VWJ^ the 

Stttes, Mc- 

.. headquarters 




BHiedi. 

War beifvi 

OMlan use. 

after his wJthdrawAi from the 

euided 

a numc (amer man a 

. was buttt in 1723, 

HH) Carter was married 

- '793^10 "iJghAone" 

VmOINIA BEACH -- The 
Mnttm Qanfen Oub Md iu 
mnutf W^mg and loncheon at 
<1m Btek Aofus R^^urant on 

HwMAtte a«wA were 
iwto ^ Mrs. IX;onis B. Boykin, 
fHt#K», and Mr*. C WHliam 
J&0gm, secxa^ |4a(% in tte 
adw^ed cla^; and Mrs. Alma 
AlftWe, first j*wc. and Mrs. E. 
MtAm Hsit«m, t«»»)nd phtce in 
tte novice cI«k 

Mrs. Oiflofd fiteu^man in- 
siMk4 the offk^re f Or die com- 
te| WW. TTiey are: Mrs. Arthw 
B. Cmmd'h., pr^tdent; Mrs. 
IV^ffl S. Hadley, vice presi- 
d«t; Mrs. C Wilfiim Jernigan, 
Kcmd vkm prraident; Mrs. Har- 
old S, ^^ittfeur^ treasui-er; 
ai^ M». C. lliomas Deary, 



Harry Lee. One of their children 
was Robert Edward Lei, the 
fainous Souttsn i^no^l erf die 
Civil War. The home hat not 
been tcUot^, and io Its q^g^ 
sute, ttouses dK alndi §^tn- 
two ci, Carters, Mr. and Mrs. 
Hill Omer, Jr, and their chil- 
dren. 

A fNcnk lundi was et^oyed 
by the members aiW thek 
gwwts, and aa die way im»t a 
arffee Iw-eak in Williamsburg. A 
visk to Weyenoke Farms was 
arraiig^ through the courtesy of 
Mrs. D. Y. Malbon, president 

Making the trip were Mrs. 
iUcMnl W. BiRriM, W». m^ 
rt. Bdl, Mrs. L ft .^,lis. 
M. A. Cross, Mrs. f. C wiit- 
tnan. Jr., Mrs. Hertim Ho^tt., 
Mrs. Rufus S K^ Ix., Mh. 
C. F. Kinchloe, fcl, Rii^||i 
Koch, Mrs. D. t. MUtk«, m. 
Unmy Malbmi, Mis. WilUam 
B. Meredith, Mb. R. S. 0«- 
hot%, Mn. M^&dl S^iipqun, 
Jc, Mrs. Elmer Tarrall,, Mrs. 



Eaple Towtseml, Mrs. R. E. 
Townsend, Mra. Riat^ Tumo-, 
Mrs. WiHiam H. PhiBmi, ami 
Mrs, J. C. Wool. 



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iuB INSTALL 



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Attf Ae meetii^ .die mem- 
totjnmt cm « bc»ttide at Aza- 



CHESOraAR COLONY 
CAXDENCltn 

LVNNHAVEN — Oieio- 
wian Cokmy Garden Qub hKlfl 
Its in$t)riiatioo lundieon at the 
Bay HaHxK Qub recently. - 

ElKtcd to tcjye lor the c«n- 
i% year are M«. R. W. Gray, 
presMknt; Mrs. A. H- Galli^ier, 
first vux prtsident; Mrs. T. ftt- 
kifl, ^ceiid vit% jffesidBnt; Mrs. 
M. L. AcMfson, corresponding 
secretary; Mrs. C. RHchic, fc- 
Cf^ing s«;reeary; and Mrs. H. 
Tew, treasurer. lnstallatio«ti 
were made by Mrs. A. H. Cul- 
pepper, president of die Virgjiiia 
Beach Council erf Garden Clubs. 
MN. UTialf Hw^ made ha' 
repMt in alory form of the cfcb 
iiistory for die past ye«-. 

Awar^ for die most point_^ 
in arrangements and horticulture 
for the year wcie given to Mrs. 
R. Whitfield, Mrs. H. A. Mc- 
C^ickard, Mrs. H. L. Addison 
and Mrs. W. G. Grohtd. 

A gift certificate for a rose 
bush was awarded to Mrs. R. 
W. \^ir»3ld for her leader^ip 
as president b.^inning in iah- 
uary. A rose was also given to 
Mrs. K. Wdjster in api^eciation 
for her guidance in the fir^ 
part c^ the year last fall. . 

Plans have been made for the 
spring cook-out, to be held iune 
5 at the home <rf Mr. and Mrs. 
W. <L. Cox. Husl^nds ura m- 
vited. 



Wi^ed In Style 




'BAVSIDE-The Uke Smith 
Garden Club held their, annual 
installation of officers banquet 
at Charlie's S«ifood Restaurant 
recently. 

The members wore spring hats, 
made from fresh material. These 
were judged and Mrs. H. C. 
Atkisson won a blue ribbon for 
l^r "pill box", wWcb was 
covwed with galaxie leaves and 
red camillias. 

The foUowii^ new oflicers 
were installed by Mrs. Dewey 
Heath, VI officer in the Norfolk 
Fedenrtfon of Garden Chibs : 
president, Mrs. G. L. Nomnn; 
firet vice president, Mrs. M. 
Glissom; second vice president, 
Mrs. Uwrcnce Jortns; its-rttary, 
Mrs. F. R. Kfyes: corre^nd- 
inf secretary, Mrs. D. E. Gol- 
lard; treisurer, Mrs. R. M. 
WUhcr ; historian. Mm M, A. 
<^af^; and diipfeib Mrs. 
L. C Whitson. 

. CARDINAL Gf; 

VIRGI>aA BEACH — The 

May meeting of the Cardinal 
Gatfch Qub was held at tije 
home of Mn. C^il Lancaster on 
C^rdlDal Road, with Mrs. Wal- 
ler Qeaman, president, presiding. 
"Spring is Here" was die 
theme of the meeting. Membere 
made and labeled their arrange- 
i^ents which were judged and 
<Jonstructively criticited by Mrs. 
HwoW Webb. 

• Blue riWx)ns were awarded to 

Mrs. Donald DoUens, Mre. 

Charles "Riced, and Mrs. Bea- 

jman, wift red ribbons going tb 

V Mn. W. J. Frank, Mrs. Dolfcns, 

'^and Mrs. Cecil Lancaster. 

Mrs. Russell Gimbsrt and 
Mrs. Reed were welcomed as 
guests of the -Club. 

The June meeting, in the 
form of a lundieon, will be pre- 
ceided by ans, informal sherry- 
Mrty at ihe home of Mrs. 
Reeves Johnson. Mre. John An- 
def^h is in charge of aru^nge- 
ments for the luncheon widi 
Mrs. Gordon Potter and Mrs. 
Dollens as hostesses. 

LYNNHAVENGC 

LYNNHAVEN— The Lynn- 
haven Garden Club held iu 
May meeting at Ira McCloud's 
Mataoka Nureery on Little Neck 
Road, where John McCloud 
spoke I on the "Ornamentals — 
Dogwoods and Camellias." 

Each member was presented 
with a rooted azalea tb take 
home, and permission was given 
to dig up some Christmas fims. 

Mrs. W. E. Smith was pre- 
sented with a five loot camellia 
which was donated by Mr. Mq- 
Cloud as a door prize. 
. Refreshments were served by 
Mn. MdCloud, 



BAYSIDE — A mass me^- 
ing of all Teen-Age ^ung Re* 
publicans in Virginia Bea^ was 
Aeld recently at ttw Baysi<ttt 

Bbwi. V ;%^ 

, Irvin BMch, pr^ld^ <t tkf 
Princess AHne TAIs, o^ned 
the Aieeti^ at ? fkn. wiw the 
invocation being giv«i by Sam- 
my Gunter, fwesident ^ Gogt 
TARS. 

Jerry Weiweft, lint district 
coordinator, pvfe a hn^ speech 
after which the {H-esidents of die 
variwis TARS gavis recc^ition 
to the memben of their partku- 
lar clubs. 

Mia Jerr^ File, so^md db- 
trict (MordiiUitor, was th« main 
speaker and her Va^ was ^ 
"Importance of Your Job", alter 
which she conduced a quMtion 
and answn period. 

Also i^^nt was Anne With- 
am, presidMt of die Kellam 
TARS, and mofc than twenty 
youi^ peopJe from the high 
sdiools. 



HOUSEKEEPERS ELKT 

HAMPT(»1 — Mn. Frances 

Webber was elected president of 
die Tidewater Chapter, National 
Executive Housekeepen Associ- 
ation, at the annual dinner meet- 
ing held recently at Strawberry 
Banks motel in Ifempton. Mn. 
E. West was hostess for the af- 
fair. 

SelKted to serve with Mn. 
Webber for die coming ye« 
were Preston Cruser, firet vice 
president; Mn. Freda McNair 
Mcofui vice president; Mn. Ruth 
Hoffman, secretary; and Mn. 
Florence Green, treasui^. 

Board of director members 
elected were WHliam Oruig and 
Mn. Retha Swanson, 




tkPANSION SALE 

W^ «rf adding twic» tf)e flow space and r#- 
mi^elinf 9ii the same time. A rr^^iMi, rmk^ or l«M, 
itenii ari tn our way, so we are redMcIng most priois. 
Any maiinable offer will be paoe^md. 

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BIRTHS 




Mr. and Mn. Jofcn MHttm 
Haas annoi^nce the birth (A dwir 
fint child, a aon, John Milton 
Haas, Jr., on May 11 i^ Bidti- 
more, Maryland. 

Mn. Haas is the fcnrmer Lin- 
da Geiger, dau^^r of Mr. and 
Mn. Francis ^Qt^^ of ^- 
ginia Beach. 



Mr. and Mrs. James A. Saun- 
den announce the birth of dieir 
fint <ihild, a dai^hter, Sharcm 
Leigh, on May 9 at DePati hos- 
pital. 

Mrs. Saunden is die former 
Miss Jeane Knowles, daughter of 
W. W. Knowles <rf Chesapeike. 
Mr. Saunden is a son of the 
late Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Saun- 
ders of Virginia Bea^. 



(!ltA,f NECt CC 

GREAT NECK — The «fo- 
lar m^ti^ of die Gi«M Nebk 
Gtsdcn CMh was held at die 
l^ne of Mn. L. E. Mye!|, 
2425 Pineland L^de on Miy \1. 

TTie program on "Garden 
Therapw*' was given by Mn. 
M. J. Schwvtz. 

It was announced the chib's 
annual luncheon will be held at 
Shore Drive Inn on June 5. 

Bhie ribbons for artistic ar- 
rai^emcnts were award^ to 
Mn. R. T. Soper and Mn. P. 
M. Lyons. Blue ribbons for 
horticulttwe specimens went to 
Mn. H. A. Smith and Mrs. J. 
W. Fell. 




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(Reichfaeim [4ioto) 

PROMOTED 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mn. 
Beverly C. Humphrey !ias been 
promoted to assisUiit cashier 
and manager of die Bank of 
Virginia Iteach, Njivail Air Sta- 
tion facility branch at NAS, 
Oceana. 

Mn. '■ Humphrey has been 
with the Bank since July 1960. 



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AUTHORIZED HOauWWBR CONTRACTOR 

LARGE and SMAU AP^IANCE RIPAIttS 

OIL BURnIr SAiES AND SIRVICE 



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H. D. IDllvOr ftid been sferving over 35 years. 



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fesort ar(A. Blf.fMy>cottiets dominated the bwh 
front . . . In lh«% 'years Tidewater famlHea Imd 
loftg rehW m die excelfcnt servi<« of H. D. Oliver 
fir»r ih^r funeral and burial n«^s. Today. H. D. 
Oliver tes t B%«i!icem second home k Viitinia 
Beath and swt^, difc entire Tideirater area with 
r'>ujplete and detailed handling of all such needs. 
An experitftcfd staf f and a tntftten for exc<§llence 
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town, our Ht^«9»«wta th««n, 
and extends a w^otne. with 
the personal messages of our 
friendly, civic.mtnaed spon- 
sors. 

NEWCOMERS OREiTINO 

Mn. MM||«r«t Lowman 
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VWOINIA BEACH —J Hw 
Aj^ meetu^ of d» Prim:^ 
Ame Afr^n Violet Society 
n^ at the home of Mrs. A. 1. 
Ketsules, with Mrs. Ketsute* 
conducting the meeting. 

Announcement for the awards 
or the ywr ^KJwcd Mrs. C, L. 
FWslfcerger, Mrs. Harry Wl- 
1«|«, and Mrs. Preston Breeden 
won first, s^^nd, and third in 
ttie order named. 

A new member, Mr<!. Mar- 
pu-et Taylor, tws introduced at 
this meeting. Mrs. Alice Litch- 
field was guc« for jiht day. 

The May meeting of the So- 
ciety was held May 19 at the 
home of Mrs. Kejstlcs, presi- 
dent of Hie Socwty. 

THIALAND PROGRAM 

THALIA — The city's Home 
Demonstratk» Clubs will spoa- 
sor an "Evening in Thailand" 
Wednesttay at Thalia Elementary 
School starting at 7:30 p.m. 

Hunter Sf^nca will discuss his 
tecent 6-monft tour of Thailand 
in the 4-H exchange program. 

Much of Wedneesday night's 
activities will center around the 
fashions atld music of that color- 
ful country. 

Tlic Home Demonstration 
Clubs Will also hold a "tailoring 
evaluation" ssssion Friday at 
12:30 p.m. at Pine Tree Inn. 

Members of the recent tailor- 
ing classes will display fashions 
^ey have made and varioiM 
sewing problems will be 
discussed. 



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', NEGLECTED HANB«^.«*«^3ji-,:*,,-,U-;.-;_^^ 

Many women who take excellent care of their face and 
hair display the most shocking neglect of their hands. Regular 
manicures should be «r much a part of a total beauty program 
as clean hair. Well-cared-for hands are never ugly. 

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heatwave!! 

NEW LOW CALORIE. LEMONADE 

... the perfect refresher for dieters and weight watcher^. Deli- 
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natural fruit flavor as Sealtest regular Lemonade-but only 4 

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. . . with the famous original formula that tastes mo^t like home- 
trade. Made from the juice of choice lemons and sweetened 
just the way you like it, Sealtest Lemonade has plenty of natural 
fruit flavor. And it's non-carbonated! So, easy for you, too- no 
sqijeeze, no thaw, no mix. Just pour for refreshment! 

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"In Christ There Is No East 
Of West'*. <rhis 'theory' was 
lived out in Norfolk at the 
YWCA International Workshop 
on May 10-12. Now we know 
that a new spirit of biiildine 
bridges from man to man really 
works! The 'team' came from 
Ceyloo, Taiwan. Zambia (Afri- 
ca), Hawaii and Canada like a 
breath of fresh air. bfcaking the 
barriers of color and custom and 
challeneine us to be a part of 
this WORLD IDEA. Dr. Kiti- 
eawa (Japanes;) spoke of our 
divided world and for the' need 
of concern and nerson:-! involve- 
ment for all mankind. Wc realize 
that in the YWCA all women 
can unite with the common pur- 
pose and start wheri wc« are to 
'communicate' with others, in 
our homes, our communities and 
our nation — that the seemingly 
least important amon? us has 
aomcthina great to do in this 
great healing process. Is Virginia 
Beach "on the fence or in the 
fight?" And how about mc? 

Monday, May 24 
Swimming, Cavalier Hotel Pool 

2:30 - 8 p.m. 
Pastels and Water Colors, "Y" 

Office 10-12 noon. » 
Art "Y" Office 7:30 p.m. * 
Co-ed bridge, Betty Atkinson's, 

7:30 p.m. 

Tuesday, May 2S 
Judo. Virginia Beach High 

School Gym, 7 - 9 p.m. 
Tennis, Virginia Beach High 

School Tennis Courts, 10 a.m. 

1:30 - 2:30 p.m. -^^ 

ThwMirir, Mav 2"^ j 
Chinese Brush Painting, *Y** 

Office, 10 - 12 noon 
Oil Painting, "Y" Office, 12:30- 

2:30 p.m. 

FaaaypWty » 
Silk Screening, "Y" office^ JO - 

12 ttoofl. 



BEiUmFICATION GROUP 
MERS TOOAf?s=s= 

VTRGINIA BEACH — Vir- 
ginia Beach Beautification Com- 
mission will hold a joint meeting 
of the general membership and 
the Board of Directors at the 
Capes Club, 40th Street and 
Ocean, Front, today at 4 p.m. 

Among the important items 
of business to be transacted at 
the important organizational 
meeting will be a preliminary 
Import of the, Planning Board, 
and Submission for general «p- 
proval <rf Articles of Incorpora- 
tion as lodged with the State 
Corporation Ck)mmission o f 
Virginia by the incorporators 



Partu jCine ..... »y owa BWAwii 




Mr. »n4 Mr*. Edmond H. Johnson, Mits Jaan Polisos m%d Jack B. Princ* 



With the busy and exciting 
summer social s,eason just a few 
short weeks away, Virginia 
Beach party-goers will be treated 
to a preview of things to come 
this w^kend with several spe- 
cial events. t=« * _ 

The Bay Haroour Club's an- 
nual hiau becomes more popular 
each year and the program 
planned Friday ni^t will surely 
make this year's luau one to be 
long remembered. 

■ t*or uioSv wiifj nmyw ' ijhr* 

Hawaiian music, the name John- 
ny Pineapple stands out above 
all others. He and his authentic 
band have a^ppeared many times 
on Ed Sullivan's television show 
and other national netwc^rk pro- 
grams and have appeared in top 
night spots from coast to coast. 

This fanaous ^roup will pro- 
vide dance music and an out- 
standing floor show, featuring 
lovely Polynesian dancers, fw 
the Bay Haibour's hiau and, 
from what I'm told, the decora- 
tions will make an ideal tropical 
setting lor the program. 

Although the Cavalier Beach 
Club will not officially open its 
1965 wason until May 28, mem- 
bers wiM enjoy a prc-opening 
dance on the Starlight Deck Sat- 
urday night with John Derieux 
and his orc^iestra providing the 
music. Weather p«Tnitting, the 
first Sunday afternoon tea dance 
will be held this weekend, too. 

In the weeks to come, the 



will feature such famous bands 
as the Larry Mack Quintet 
(May 28-June 10); 'Ray Herrera 
and "AlHey Cat" Oiar Wu* 
11-24); Carroll Kay & the Kay- 
dettes (June 26-July 1); Chuck 
Laskin and his orchestra (July 
2-8); those Virginia Beach favor- 
ites, Don Glasser and his or- 
chestra and lovely vocalist, Lois 
Costello (July 9-22); Jack Golly 
and his Florida orchestra (July 
23-Aug/ 5); Russ Carlyle and so- 
loist Patty Clayton, reoently seen 
on Jack Pair's TV show (Aug. 
6-19); Freddie Lefc and singers 
(Norma Carroll and Rusty Nich- 
ols (Aug. 20-26); and Pat Dom 
Beach Club outdoor bandstand 
and his society orchestra, who 
played at President Johnfconls 
inaugural ball (Aug. 27 -Sept 6). 
John Derieux \*«11 round out the 
seas<m from Sept. 6-19, 



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OCEAN PARK 
WOMAN'S CLUB 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Ocean Park Woman's Club held 
it's regular monthly luncheon 
meeting last week at the Ocean 
Park Fire Department. W. Rus- 
»el Hatchett, City Manager <rf 
Virginia Be^, gave a very in- 
formative talk on bie grow^ cl 
Virginia Be^h. 

Mrs. John T. Kelkm, presi- 
dent of the Tidewater District 
<rf Women's OliAs, f isided 
over the jmtajlation of new oi- 
ficew. They are: ^rs. Cianiel 
Graham, fwesident;' Mrs. John 
J. Carrol, first vice president; 




osp^^^Pl^pBsi^iit;" Mrs. C. Or 
Ratiqftm.m' recording secretary; 
Mrs.. M. D, Cake, secretary; 
^rs. S. B. Everett, ■chaplain; 
Mrs. Lotjis Quackenbush, his- 
torian, and Mrs. C. B. Ostrander, 
treaaiirer. 

In addition to the regular club 
T)usinessj an annual $200.00 
scholarship for a local girl was 
approved. 

Among the many guests at 
the meeting was Mrs. Everett 
Daisy, president of the Accomac 
Woman's Chib on the Eastern 
Shore. 



JUDGES MEET MONDAY 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Tide- 
water District of National Ac- 
.creditcd Flower show judges 
will hold their Spring meeting 
at the Garden, Center on 29th 
St., Norfolk, on Monday at 
10:30 a.m. ■« ^ 

Election of officers will be 
the order of the day and the 
program will be making con- 
tainers and art objects. 



i^ated, HR^ aprsfiipfey at lie B«ich' l^eatre 



And while all that activity is 
going on on tixe Starlight Deck, 
the Hunt Room in the hotel wM 
also keep up a lively sch^hile. 
That "Mad Mountameer," ?H 
Henry will open the season May 
28 and appear nightly throu^ 
July 8. Harry Taylor fans, and 
there wre pdtnty of them in Vir* , 
ginia Beadi, will be {riea»d4o " 
know that he wiH be back th 
the Hunt Room this season from 
July 9 through Sept. 5. 

Tte boating season will alse 
get underway ai the Cavali^ 
Go« & Yacht Club diis week- ♦ 
end with a flag raising ceremcwv 
Sunday at 5:30 p.m. Frectericfc 
College Cadets and ImukI will be. 
on hand for this ceremony. I^n- 
n«f will foQow for the members 
and their guests. 



LfTTERfiUG 

WINNERS 

ANNOUNCED 

VIRGINIA BEACH — A 
number of students from vanmtf 
schools have been ramed mm- 
ners in &ic Virginia B^aM Cmm- 
cfl (A Garden Qi^' recent Ut- 
terbug poster and ^say GOtjn. 
tests. 

The <»ntests were held m eos^< 
junction with the covoctt's (^y, 
beautification {MOgniB. 

The winning poster ^wtll be 



thRHigh thp remainder of ttk , 
week aAd <^ier entries wiU be 
displayed in various locations to 
promote the beautification |tto- 
gram. 

Poster winners were: Efista- 
l»th Schmidt, Miss Baraley's 
School, first grade; Scott tRhode^, 
Miss Barclay's School, seccMid 
grade; Jeffrey Hiatt, Star of ^,. 
Sea, third grade; DesirM Darst^ 
Lynnhaven, Jane Howartib,. Lux- 
ford, and Donald Lee J«»b8, 
Pembroke, all fourth gridc; 
Bob Booze, Aragona, Je&i^y ^ 
Swanson, Plaza, Carol Stride- * 
land, W. T. Cooke, and Beeky 
Bruthley, Creecfa, ftfth grade; 
and Ralph HarreU, Trantwood, 
and Sharon O'Bryan, 11u»m^- 
good, sixth grade. 

High school winners w^c. 
Alan Ferguson and Gerry Batfe 
ey, both Of Virginia Be»:fc H^ 
School. 

Essay winners were: Georgia 
Tuttle, Baji|»4fi ^' Etementary, 
fifth grade; Qaw&i Griffin, 
TTiorouehgood, seveMh grade; 
and Lin^ Rowan, Bayside 
High, 10th gra&. 



Motel-Resort Afanagers Trdn^ 

MEN, WOMEN OR COUPLES 

W« tMich 70« to qaaiifjr for aa •xe*lUnt cnlvry |»li|M *owr . 
niMirtmnnt •■ • motal-resort maancnr. Live and wMkj la a 
location and climate of your cboico. Naw motalt, Iwlan asui 
ratorts arc beiuf bnilt evarjr dav. Many t^yortwidtlM tuf 
manafara and aifiitaat manacara. Yen will ba tralM^ aft mmt 
laxMry motel. AH aaaa — Ooanint* eoaat to cMMt. K annta yMiaiH 
aaoiitancfii law ' taiH»>i kndvAt tarma aTailakla. WKm MMV" 
FOR PER!Sr>NAL INTERVIEW . . . GIVING TEUHMNMl 
NUMBER TO . . . 

MOT^ MANAGfRS TRAINI^MS C0«>. 
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Thank You, Mr. Siriith 



The dfy of Virginia Beach asked for arnj 
rmmy^ a consultants' report corKerning 
^oads and highways. We realize that the 
englrveei^t wer# only pa^ to tell us chnt 
problems, not ^ tell us how to payftx 
#iern, but the questicri does arise . . . How 
will we be abte to finarKre the approjci- 
nnataly ^9 millk^ netwcxk of roads th^ 
ccMitultants say we neeo within the next 



not en<H>glfto remove it from the realm of 
probabiNty of toll roads or new bond issues. 
And we mi^t point out that neither the 
jecommendations nor the cost irKlude the 
$27 million Norfolk-Virginia Beach Toll 
Road or the proposed Sandbridge to htorth 
Ciipiina foil road. 

me most immediate steps than we can 
look for to be taken will include the con- 
struction of Independence Boulevard from 



fifteen ymn? The city fathers have a tough fhe Shore Drive to Virginia Beach Ebule- 



task ahead of them in the next few weeks, 
analyzing ihe resort, and tryir^ to deter- 
f»ilf» what ccKirse of action will be taken 
on the recommendations. They will then 
meet with the Southeastern Regional Plan- 
ning 0>mmission at a hearing on the high- 
way syst«tj. The traffic of 1980 will be 
tfw nruin t<^ic up for discussion. 

So we say, "thank you", to Mr. ^ith 
irf Wilbur Srnith and Associates for telling 
us where our problems lie. Most of them 
%f% are already painfully aware of. The 
engineers My thef by 19M the western 
etxi of Sh<xe Drive, Virginia Beach Boule- 
vertl. Great Neck Road, First Colonial 



vdrd and to the Court House, and the ex 
tension of Rudee Boulevard over Rudee 
iniet. Those two projects are already in the 
wwks anyway, and nearing the construc- 
tion phase. 

The shame of the entire matter, how- 
ever, is that the needs are so great. So 
little in road Improvements has been done 
in Virginia Beach in the past ten years. It 
has been practically imj^sible. All that 
has, been able to be dohe is to keep up 
with all the new subdivisions and new 
streets therein. But here we are now, faced 
with critical needs and an astronomical 
price tag, just to meet the needs of antici- 



Itoad, Bay Shore Road, and North Witch pated traffic up to 1980. What ifien? Your 
Duck Road will reech the stage of "crlticaiw^ess Is ^s ^ood as ours. But we believe it 

overloading," and that KempsviJIe Road ^is4ime-#>w for the City to begin the plan- 

and Hollarid Road will reach the stage ^ ning stages for traffic patterns to 

"ovifload". $o the firm has recomrn^ed 1990, 2000, and beyond. It would be a sad 

a way out, and it is an expensive one. It state of affairs if we are ever again faced 

calls for 120 miles of Improvements, to with a mammoth need, such as we face 

IrKlude tern new arteries, a freeway, as now. Anyone who drives an automobile or 

wetl as wmciing of 20 existing r^^s. To Is a pas^nger in one has seen many of 

^ise ihe o^t f^or, Hiis is all recommerKf" these ne^s for years. But now we hav4 a 

4MJ In a four stage program. The Federal consulting engineer's report telling us all 

Govemnient will pay part t)f the bill, but about it. Thank you, h^r. &nith .... 

Mere Pay For Teachers 

We are proud to make note of the In- cess Anne County and Virginia Beach was 

O'ease in the salaries of teachers in the city $2650. In just ten years, the starting salary 

of Virglfiia Beach. A report released re- has nearly doubled. With the Increased 

cently by the Virginia Education AssocIa- demands on the City school system, wilti 

i\on pl«»s Virginia Beach eighth in the the increase in the number of schools, and 

. s^e in lh» category of minimum startirtg with the additional teachers needed to 

salaries for the next school year. The $4600 operate such a large school systecn, y/i^e 

f^|(ff« Is iqual to that of Chese^eake and find it doubly remarkable that the salaries 

- ^jftsmouth, and $200 above that of the have Increased so much. With the salary 

^ Qty of hterfolk. In the metropolitan Tide- reaching such a plateau, it becomes easier 

water area, only Hampton ($4800) and for the school ofllcials to hold teachers in 

Newport News ($4775) are higher. The the profession, both men/ and worften, and 

maxirrium that a teacher in the Virginia to continue to train an excellent staff for 

INiach school system, who holds only a the schools. 

Bachelor's Degree, can receive is $6650, We wish it were possible to say that 

(atove Chesapeake, ahd just slightly below Virginia Beach ranked first in the State in 

Fattfnouth and hterfolk) Virginia Beach the minimum starting salwy, but such is 

wlH be nth in the state. not the case. Nor will it be for many years 

Our neighboring City of Norfolk has not , to. come. But, all facts consictefed, we are 

seen Its way clear this year to enact a pay proud* to rank eighth. All of the metropoli- 

hike for teaclners. All of the other Tide- tan areas of Virginia are facing many prob- 

wAter Cities have. ^ lems in keeping up with demands, and 

Consl^flng the number of years neces- salaries must necessarily suffer for it, but 

sary to prepare a teacher for the classroom, we feel that Virginia ^ach has taken 

and the additional study necessary to re- another step forward in raising its starting 

malning a g<x>d teacher, the salary is still salary for teachers $200 this year. And we 

rwnarkably low. But lest we forget, great feel that the schtjol system in the City of 

^oMmi h«ve l^en taken in the past ten Norfolk will suff^ from its lack of increase 

yMM^. In 1955 the starting salary In Prin- and its falling behind its sister cities. 

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For More Painful Taxes 

This year a great many income tax "When taxes are wl^held at the source, 
payers were stunned and angered by the the money never really seems to belong 
fact that they dw^ more than they had to the individual involved. It is just a book- 
expected when ^ril 15 rolled around, keeping transaction. In which funds pass 
The reason li^ in the r^^ent. tax cut^ As fromjhe employer directly to the Cover n- 
>assed by Owigress, the cut was spread ment. 

^ver a two-year period. But the enffre re- "Taxes paid in cash, however, represent 
luction in witWiolding was made at cxice. real money o«t of pocket. They stand for 
•T) in innumerable instances, the sum with- trips not tflken, clothes not bought, ap- 
is well below the amount of the plWnce purchases postponed. And they 

tend to make a man look at what the 
C^vwnment is doing with his tax dollars. 
"We have nothing against the withhold- 
ing principle as such. But if Uncle Sam's tax 
bife doesn't hurt a Httle bit, you'll never 
realize it if YOUR money he Is spending 
ahd you sl*&uld." - 

The Post Herald might have something 
there! 




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BY LT. EARLE T. HALE 

mmttYSQvrmmfWik 

UxA hi a^telM 
COMMUNlM|«-THEIB DtriNlTION! 

It is more itel MBNt^ hundr^ ymni^^i Mi<^ <d NaurMh 
was cruelly mmmH^ Mi m§ ^ur«l bod|' nlbS to a ctau <rf 
wood. And y^, m flieiMf ^ QMt it ^fe a^ yte i» today. 

Comatwbai. aot um^ O^i^&Hf , J| a <irivlDg dymim; 
faith. It mimm dl ol Ow fiiillgAd f«nN||.4tftt we oOTinitty 



A$ early CMil^ 




Hy (fodKiMd 

le^m mad 

alleb, dte 

tenets iti 



.^v^ <5 IS p*anafd to Readjust the with- 

"^ p^-c^i^e. In order to make the 

tax less pa4nful. That may seem 

idea. But the BM-mlngham, Ala- 

amnm^ Pint Herald views the matter very 

ifertf^. i ^Wfcs fhe fax shoirtd be 

« mnrm oainful, fitheJ than'l«ss SO. 



tU. 



GraduaVlon time will soon come again, the world is essentialfy meanlngtess arK^ 
Armies of young people will venture out empty. This is a truth that never changes— 
into what they hope vyill be an exciting and a truth that, one profoundly hopes, 
and receptive world. ^==Sfcri±T-t:^:rrri=i^^ yoyrtg people will not forget. ^^ 

If will, for a certainty, be a world which The high schools of Virginia teach will 
is vastly differenf from that their fore- be turning out another record number p'f 
bears knew. It is troubled, complex, ar>d graduates this year. Statistically, the city 
restive. Its demands are enormous and im- has an excellent record for the number of 
placable. Change takes place at a dizzying high school graduates who will go to col- 
pace. The challenges are all but endless. ^ lege, stay there and graduate. This is a 

Yet, at the same t^me, it is a world of record we are most proud of. But what 
marvelous opportunity. New frontiers are then? 

constantly being opened — in industry, yfl^f^r graduation from, college, the ma- 
business, government, medicine, the pl^s- - ^»ity of thfse young people can return to 
leaf fclendes. fn the ipace of a few years, Virginia Beach. This is something that was 
more material progress has been made rrot so evfen-ten years ago. But tpcby, Vir- 
than in preceding ceriturie?. And the fu- ginia Beach offers so many new oppor- 
ture will bring more and greater wonders tunitles In busFness and industry that it is 
— all the way from homes of virtually irv- no longer necessary to leave Virginia 



credible comfort and qonvenience to the 
landing of human beings on the moon. 

The world ''will welcomte the young 
people who will soon leave the schools 
and colleges. In return, it will ask mudi of 
them. It will, often, require skills that didn't 
even exist a comparatively short time ago. 
Above all, it will demand a willingness to 
keep on learning. For fornr«l education is 
a beginning and not an end In itself, 



Beach, even for close-by cities, to seek 
fame and fortune. This is bound to improve 
even more in the years to come, through 
normal growth and attrition. The oppor- 
tunities in the ever- growing large city xif 
Virginia Beach are becoming more un- 
limited aH the time. 

To those soon to be graduates, both of 

school and college, we wish you 

much success in your chosen fields, and 



hl^h 



One more thing may be said. Surround- hope that you will venture int6 the ex 

ed as we are by material abundance and citing and receptive world right here at 

achievement, it is easy to lc»e sight of the Virginia Beach, 
old spiritual virtues. But, without them. 

Now It's All As Clear ^s Milk 

A few short weeks ago, when the Milk Commission must go, we feel it should go. 

Commission and its price fixing controls When all the facts are presented and the 

were coming under fire from many quar- consensus is that the Commission is no 

ters vve simply asked that a public hearing ^ ^^^^^^ ^^ ^^^, .^ ^.^^^,^ ^e up to 

be held, promoted by an area-wide coop- ^, " , - , , ,_i- l i ^i l 

eration committee. We asked that the /he people who have established this pul> 

inner workings of the Commission be He opinion. But the way it Is now, the State 

brought to light, and that citizens and Milk Commission has the final say, It has 



organizations be allowed to express their 
wishes on the continuation of the Commis- 
sksn, both pro and con. We said at that time 
we were not at alll certain that the State 
Milk Commission should continue to exist, 
and that all we wanted to know were fhe 
facM, so that all of us could make Ihe 
decision . . . abolish or continue. 

Well, the hearing was held under the 
auspices of the cooperation committee, and 
citizens and groups did present their* views. 



ri6W gone back to Richmond to deliberate, 
and will eventually make up its collective 
"mind whether it will leave Tidewater or 
not. If it does not choose to go, it does not 
have to. This we believe is wrong in a 
capitalistic society in a democratic republic, 
based almost complet^ upon the right to 
compete. ^y^ 

But as far as the question of controls is 
concerned, to us, it is still a question. Some 
excellent arguments were presented'at the 



S6ms of the inner workings of the Commis- public hearing, on both sides. Some were 
sipn were told. We got what we asked extremely biased and without foundation 



for, but that's all. 

Now that the pros and cons have been 
presented, the subject is |ust as clear as 
milk. Some want to do away with the Com- 
mission. Some want to continue the con- 
trols. Others want .It modifiai. Several 



But It is still completely impossible for the 
general public to make up its mind on the 
subject. Not enough of the facts of the 
need for the Milk Commission have yet 
come to light. 

As a post script, however, we have made 



prpposals ' were presented, ranging from up our minds oh one part of the question, 
djmplete abdication to stricter control. And It did come to light at the hearing that 
we still do not know how we feel about more than likely some sort of control is 
It. Probably the major reasdn we stijl can- going to remain jn effect, be it State or 
not make 'Up our minds is fftat It is now up Federal. So, If It must remain, we would 
to the commission to decide whether they prefer that this too, does not b6a>m' 
will get^out or not. This wa do believe is another function of the Federal govern- 
Wrong, ff t^ majority of citizens and in- ment. If controls must stay, thank ycHj^ 
formed gfoyps and orgarti^ations say the w*^ take them from the State. 



associate 

to thek "^^M", CiU ^ fiMrib #1^ 

their beW in tt« "baemm" of CommuaHfe 

faith (rf ue ^mf^. ^I domfflunism'i 

fiiit prioci^ k i^MM*' -> « "^ 

The ^^MMrf H^oty of Comnrnnitfli '^rf# Ac "de^atett 
forces <d dapitalisn*^ fa a lore^Mie cqnclusi<m to tfae.MMrxi^ He 
firmly beUtves 4^ J|itfl M#^x, the mod^n day founkr c4 Cott< 
inunism, pfovcd ^ Im^mA any reasonaUe doulH in his "(kxtrila 
of oppmitll.'* lUs dcN^ma, simply «ated, attenttW to pro\^ tiiM 
everything <x)(^ilH r«o df^ Qppme^ foic^ Marx caU^i (Me 
the thesis and te <^icr ^Ifcesis. The thesis aed the aittidi^ 
are in a (X)fiatadl ttate <rf ^mflict aiKi eventually destroy eacb 
other. Out <rf tke ^stru^^ «rf the of^osing forces a aew foroc 
arises which ii eafled the syf^^is. EvemuaHy die synthesis spiks 
into opposites Md new €mk and antithesis is born. From <lw 
clash of the ntw <^*posing forces, a new synthesis arises. 

Using history for an exam^ we can tj*m to societies where 
the Xing was the supreme law of the land. Let us call him the 
"thesis". The men hild by thfe King m bomfc^ or slavery are the. 
antithesis. The coaSict betwe^ Item two,^ppposing forces tea|^ 
to the formation at a synth^nM ot a new form of government— 
in this cast feuctelisin. Rudalfam, tfien divided into two opposing 
forc^, the suzeralB (lords) and the s^s; and the. synthesis ^ tfus, 
struggle led to the creation of capitalism. In our time, the Maodst 
claims that «mpk^ecs and wn^kers ace ^ t^tk «Bd antitk^is 
of modero (toy ca{xtalisn. From A« symbesis o| this draggle wiU 
be bom a n«w society— Marxian CwBmtuuun. 

Th«r CoBunyttai mt$tm thfi each mw tomety is ^ superkw 
of H's (M-^decessor. Ilus "daas stfug^e" will eoM e^y wtwn 
Communism is the dominant society. For uikter CommuniMn 
thife is <mly one class — the proletariat or working class. In this 
classless society the state will whher away as man's "fundamental 
gtKxtoess" *ill prfdude th« ne^ lor centraliird authority. All #w 
means of production will be owned collectively by Ae "peof*" 
and die "individuar' wBl be rewardwl, fc* W» endeavors, On the 
prmci^e "frpfli eack apc(prdttig to his ability, to each according to 
his needs". 
Next Week: C>|ii^|iiii » Afiiity! 



VIRGINIA BSAC9 
OPENFOROM / 



MRENTAL IMAGE 

fftfmi^ut tftc ages, <he 
young ones have looked to their 
jrarenfs for guidance and direc- 
tion in choosing their way of 
life. Too often the pattern fol- 
lowed has &>WB little to improve 
the behavior 'patteni of some 
members of the succeeding gen- 
erait^ "A chip off the old 
blo^ suil rings a bell. It eiAer 
dolefully p^ls out a oonvictiwi 
or jub^antly annouKes a grei^ 
event. 

Must we be told, that the 
parents and grandparents are the 
very ones ,who are re^xinsible 
for the imerpretation of the 
bell's message? How often have 
we taken a retrospective view 
of the past and disooverwl our 
head-<aches rig^ in our own 
image? We can, if we wHl, do 
something to improve on the 
peal of the bell. We can help 
nourish youA's spiritud being. 

"If a picture is worth a 
thousand words, an example Is 
worth a thousaiid lecHires. Let's 
give youth whdesome exapip^ 
to live by. They can't be fooled; 
but they can be trairwd. 
Ed. L. Applegate ' 
P.O. Box 821, Sta. 2 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

The TARS (Teen-Age young 
Republicans) in Virginia are 
very fortunate to have, such ^- 
dfcated people as Jerry Wcn- 



gert and Miss Jerry Fife ^ On- 
ordmatOM. Their leader^^ and- 
training has been outstaniihng. 

I would fflce 1o cxtefld ttiy 
personal thanks, to two really 
great people. ' j* 

Rcspectfirfly. <• ^ 
K<A)m S. Gttitf«, pr«., 
F. W. Cox T<^ge Young 
Republicans. ^.^,_,^ 
T i l ' ■ f* * "V.^, ' " r 

Dear Sir: . ' 

The artkrle, "R«ort Was Sil- 
ver Ltettg to Tou^f^^ in your 
issue dated May 6, 1965, was, 
indeed, a tribute to "Mr. Capps 
tM hm capaUe sfalf; at ithe 
Thttoderbird Motel, as well as 
to Offkier Perez. 

It goes without saying diat 
tfiis sort W courtesy and friend- 
liness is what buflds up a com- 
munity and hel^ brmg in the 
tourlM dollar whick m so vitai to 
llw economy <rf our ctty and to 
01^ ^te. 

The Virginia Travel Council 
has advocated this anumg their 
men^rs and have crusaded for 
this sort of visitor treatment for 
years. It is hard to measure this 
act <^ comid^atiott in doHars 
and cents, but it travels die 
leng^ and 'breadth of our land 
and as time goes by, may mean 
the difference between success 
and failure. 

, Sincertiy yours, 
H. I. Jaffe 



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<»ce did. This lack <^ attendaiKM; hu nobii^ fo do wMi time 
«v«ikbjle, siiu« I i»ed to go to die fUcks wtea I vmi ra^osed to 
" ' _ else, Wte wwklitt. Whi« ke^ me aWay from 
ttM popcorn tetonet nowMkys is the kfiid fA 
movies I see all too often. 

\jAi of crMcs state that the mov^ Me too 
fuN of sex, s^ism and satire. 1 do not buy tfus, 
perhaps because I'm mad about the first and die 
last, but n(H the mi(Wc I don't p> because I'm 
sick and tired of ^«Mitt a worm's eye view of 
poverty and the hard life after I've paid a buck 
to be entertained. I've had enou^ of having too 
Iktlc money and I sure remember tfiat poverty 
bit, bavii^ been texn^ up during a time now 
referred to u die "great depression". TTianks a 
lot, Mr. 2Umuck, bm twre me the story widi die 
moral about the value of hard work vm savii^ your n«>ney. 

, Over the year's, Fd radier spend my time to Ae mo^^ 
being entertained by {Mctures <rf a very large number ol fMtstty 
girls, as scantily clad as d»e kjcal btaencMes wM allow, cavorting 
rtx>»rt in a jHot dial only |«tcnds to teke your cai«i away for 
« ooupie of hours. 

Very few people remonber the weekly smri. Things like 
the "Penh of Pauline" are even a few days before my t«ne, btrt 
I sttil ^ the chills when I remember Tarzan swii^ng Owou^ 
the JBn^ to rescue Jane from some fate worse than deatii. I saw 
diem on SMurday afternoons for a dime, and lemmc teU you I 
wouldn't have .missed <me for the world. 

Easy to see fliat I was bom a little late in diis century, since 
I «m not one for |»yii^ money to get a social mwsage about the 
oaies <rf diis cruel world. If I need to bleed a little, all 1 haw to 
do is read t<nnorrow morning's fixmt page. 

Understand me? Next time you've seen a movie without a 
m«»age auned to reform me and that was made late one aft^noon 
by a rahdi of kooks noerely to entertain die people 
m apiM^ecKte it die nxist. If it really swii^ I'U s 
tkkets. ->— 



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Miss Alice Anne Moore, dauj^- 
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Moore of 505 18th Street, has 
b^n named president oi West- 
moreland Hall for die 1965-66 
session. 



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L«« Huirich, ontf^sf Cii^ltoii ral«r, mni Joha Skaail, iacomiaf. 

ELIS INSTALL 

VIRGINIA BEACH — John 
Shand was' installed as Exalted 
Ruler of die Virginia Beach Elks 
Lod^ 2268 at installation cere- 
monies held recently. 

Other (dicers instaiUed were 
Josieph Curran, leading kni^; 
Edward Simide, loyal kni^; 
Davis Rogers, le(^ring knight; 
WiHiam Cirncs, esquire; diaries 
Tucker, tiler; Tom l^oemakec, 
mner guard; Frank Bi»tler III, 
diaplain; Roland CiKldy, secre- 
tary; and treasurer. 

Trustees are B. M. Stenton, 
$idney Kellam, Robert Simp- 
son; and jKist exhahed ruler, Lee 
Hamrick.^ 

Tlie new officers ware hi- 
rtallcd by die Elks from Pwts- 
modth lodge. 

CUB MTS VISIT 

VIROINIA BEACH — Bay 

Colony's Cub Scouts from Den 
No. 5, Padc No. 60, paid a visit 
to the Viifinla Beach Sun last 
week and had a tour through dw 
newsw^r plant and the print- 
ing snap. 

The Pack is sponsored by die 
First ^ Pre^yterian Church 
Arriviiig dturi^g the Uate ^tlter- 
noon hours, Aey were able to 
observe first hand how the news 
gets froih tiw newsroom, into 
the composing room, and into a 
finished newspaper. They were 
also shown the various commer- 
cial prhMio^ items whidi we 
produced in the print shop. 

Tlie boys from Den No. 5, 
accompanied b^ the den moth- 
ers', Mrs. John F. Marshall, Jr. 
and Mrs. W. K. Kidder, were 
Etevid Shoemaker, Keith McAd- 
ams. Tommy Vandeventer, Paco 
MarshaH, BHly Kidder, Warner 
Walton, and Maspn Gilliam. 




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VIRGINIA BEACH — Mf». | 
Alesia Ferebee, 50, died Sator-| 
day in a New Yoi-k boiptol. 
» A native of Princess Anne 
0>umy, siK was a daughter ctf 
die late Leroy and Mn. Rom 
Foreman and husbaiMJ of Gid- 
<ton Ferebee Sr. 

Survivmg, besicks ficr hus- 
band, arc three sons, Marvin 
Ferebee of Virginia Beach, Er- 
nest Ferebee and Oiddon Fere- 
bee of New York; five daugh- 
ters, Mrs. I%ra Kni^t, Kms 
Blanche Ferebee, Mrs. Marion 
House, Mrs. Agnes ^rk and 
Mrs. Ellefa Ferebw of New 
York; dir^ brodi^, Eddie 
Rodnrs of New York, Ander- 
son Foreman of Virginia Beach 
and Alfred Foreman of Chesa- 
peake; three ststera, Mrs. Mel- 
wn Wy^son and Mrs. Alice 
Brooks of New York and Miss 
Nellie Foreman of Virginia 
Beach; and 14 grandchildren. 

A funeral wrvice was held 
Wednesday in Oak Grove Bap- 
tist Church by the Rev.. Horace 
Moore.. &irml was in Uie 
church cemetery with HumfJhries 
Funeral Home in charge. 

ELWELL INFANT 




VIRGINIA BEACT — In- 
fant Elwell, son of James C. 
and Mrs. Kay Sanderlin ElweH 
of* 656 Serine Ave., died in a 
Norfolk hospital Thursday. 

Besides his parents, he is sur- 
vived by tlwee brothers, jQeorge 
Elwell, Tom Elwell and I^trick 
Elwell, and two sisters, Misses 
Deborah EK^ell and Jai»t El- 
^ftn^ all Of Virginia BeWEh; pa- 
teniM grandparents, Mr, and 



THEKE^ 
HISTORICAL SOCIETY 
OF PRINCSSS ANNE 

COUNTY 

Hislorii, briefs about the area 
now km)wn as Vkginia BtMh, 

If your name is Rudder, 
Michael, Lankaster, West, Ward, 
Loce, Gilliam, Masterre, How- 
iette, Brown, Gatter, Beny> 
Warmington, Givygossei o r 
Smith k h possible vou might 
be descended from Stit ol the 
first men to be conscripted io0 
an aimed for9e in this area. 
TTie date was July 17, 1639. l^e 
order came from die Justices of 
the County Court whidi met at 
Linhaven. Tlie reason was to 
march agamst the. Nanticoke In- 
dians. The order steted t!iat 
each man was to be provided 
with 2 lbs. <rf sl»t, 2 lbs. of 
powder, 40 lbs. of bisquette and 
half a bu^eU of peas. History 
records none were killed by the 
Indians but makes no nwntion 
of other losses whi(A nil^t 
l»ve befallen underf^, oncfer- 
paid, undertrained draftee! 




RAY P. WILKIN 

<U.S. Navy Photo) 

SAILOR OF THE MONTH 

OCEANA — Mibursing 
Clerk First Class Ray F. WUkin 
of the Comptrcrfler Department 
has been nominated as Naval 
Air Stotion Cteeana's outstanding 
&iilor of the Month for Miy. 
1965. / 

Wilkin was nomlhateS dy km 
department head, Ens. B. E. 
Cone, Disbursii^ (Officer, and 
selected by a board of senior 
Chief Petty Officers aboard the 
station. 

In nominating Wilkin, &ts. 
Cone stated th:^ since reporting 
aboard in February 1963, Wil- 
kin Iras maintainsd a hi^ ifc- 
^ee of efficieiKy in all his du- 
ties. Wilkin has personal super- 
visiOTi of ^y accounts consisting 
of 1,397 pay records. > 

Wilkin toils froiii DuxKiBe, 
MiniKH>ta. He js married to tjie 
former C^ M, Hotet and li^s 
three 



^Mm md tikkkmk 
mofter. Ml*. T. V. 
Virginia t^adit. 

The body #to taken „,.. 
Hctftmon^^own FoMrtl Itamc 
to RdtenKftd M^ottil Autfcw 
a fuHMtl »rvl@i ■■« IwAd, 

nMn«cPYLes 

VtROWlA BEAOI — R©. 
tired Navy Oiief fmt Offkxr 
Joseph C. P^, 5», ot 1444 
Briar OVf Point, dwd Moatky 
in a Norfc^ hMpitffl. 

A native of ArkaysM, he 
lived ta dua area 20 )«an. He 
was the fanaband of Mrs. Evelyn 
Ro(H»»on P5^ and a a<xi (rf die 
late Oaude and Mrs. Lnla P^tos. 

He retired after 22 yem in 
the Navy an! vravked m an avia- 
ti<M machinist at HwfoOc Naval 
Air ^t«^ until retirenMnt. 

fie w«i a member of Oc<»ui 
View BraiK:h, Hcet S^enayt As- 
sociatkm. 

Beskka hw widow, surrtving 
are two scms, Aimn K:. Lewk 
C. Pylcs of Re^e Air Fotce 
Base, Lubbock, Tex., aiHl Si^ 
phen C. Pyles erf Virginia BeiK:h; 
ami a sister, Mrs. J. O. O^- 
wefl of Largo, Fla. 

A funeral s^vice was <k»- 
%cted Wedn»day m 0» Fu- 
riibtal H<Mne by the Rev. Ted 
Clifton of Lake View Park 
Oiurch (rf Oirist. Burial with 
milit»y hontm wm in Rose- 
wood Memorial Park. 



HORACE LE£ BEECHAM 

VIRGINIA BEACH — »». 
ace hat Jteediam, S6, of Rt^e 
1, Sigma, husband of Mn. kk 
Kirk Beecham vmI stm of Mn. 
Ethel CarroU Beecham «id Ite 
late J. A. B^cbam, d»d hn « 
hospital MoiKlay at 3:45 p,m.^ 

A nati^v <rf Prina^s Arine 
County, he was a lifelong n^i- 
dent of the Vli^wk Beach Aita. 
He worked for Mncee Aniw 
Plumbing Co. anl was a veter- 
an of WoiW War II. 

Besides im vntow and tnoth^ 
he is survived by two daugh? 
ters, Mrs. Alam Vki^m tmk 
Miss Sawrry Lynn Bc^diara of 
Vi^inia Bea<A; m Mn, Jjuiiei, 
L^ Beeeham «f Itaft^ a 
drodier, lames Rob^ fKsi^r 
am Ql Virginia Bea^A; viA titfee 
ffhuplchildren. 

A Idne-al servite wfll be enn- 
ducted in HoltomOT-Brown Mi- 
neral Home today at 2 p.in. by 
^ Rev. EriK^t L. Trddblood 
of Noilt^ FhM Pe^ e w^ 
HoUness Oiurch. %anii wtt be 
in WUtowwood Ceme^&y, Ite 
family will be at die hoiw of 
James Rcft>ert B^diam at Prin- 
cess \^Hie. 

High ScM n 
Track Mnt Set 

PRJNCpSS ANNE — Tie 
5th Annual City P.E. TnidE 
Meet wiH be held at KeiladrHi^ 
S<;*ool on May 27 at 5:45 f.m. 

The Meet, traditionaUy wiU t^ 
reaUy six n^Jte in one. 8di, 0th 
aiul l(Hh grade boys and gii4s 
will compe^ for grade iSvel 
champk>nd»ips. Gvth wHl wm- 
pete in dw 100 yd, dash, 70 5^ 
)o^ hurdles, 180 yd. d^ 330 
yd. dash, 600 yd. run, hl^ 
jump and running broad jump. 
Boy events wiH include the Iw, 
120 low hur<fles, 220, 440, ©0 
and mile runs — broad jump a^ 
high jump. 

At 5:50 aH cont»t§n^ will 
eng^e in a mardb d «mp«ti- 
tors ettdiiu m front erf the 
stands. William *BiH" Ki^, 
member erf die House d J^- 
gates will officially "start** Ae 
meet by firing die fii^ ^M. 
The time sdiedi^ •^tals. fdr" 
the last ruQtti^ vmH to surt at 
9:00 p.m. 

T%b nmet culminatet the 
Spring 9 week Physteal Edupi- 
tion unit on Track and Ipfed 
and has b^n pr»:eM:M by tocal 
school grade level eUmnfttram 
at various h^ ws^saC^ 

Members of ^ indi^n^I 
schools Track teaou are ioNi- 
gible for this meet. , ' 

SBASON STARTS 

vIrGJNIA BiEAtH — The 
Virginia Be^h Amcrfcan Lfcte 
Leigue will ^m H tqm^ 
pms FWday at 5 pan: fci Vir 
ginia BemiJi Hifli SdttM im- 
mi^liitely Mkmum • tymfng 
ceremppies. 

Hwk Foiles, a foni 
le«gii^ Pteyer, witi fnoWv oat tw 






yi|filNI0^ BEACN 5UIS, Thursday, May 20, 1965 

kginenPerfomi ' ' 




PA Little Leape 



Tkrilla aiMAMty war* supplied by the worl d famed Navy froinie<i at thejr performad war- 
caat aad recovarjr asaratcs a»«d to destroy • namy bcaciioa a* part of Armed Forces Day and 
JhPM «I Littio Crock Amphibiou* Base. (Nav^ PilOto) 

HUNTING SEASONS AND LIMITS 

istetive seasons prevail. The bag wick, Campbdl. Carofine, Char- 
limh will be two deer per license ! lotte, Chesterfield, Cumbsrland, 



LYNNHAVEN — Aft« the 
seccmd week of play, the l^gs 
sport an unMemish^ repcNrd of 
3 wins and no losses to hold the 
undisputed possession of 1st 
place in the P.A. i.itlle Le«gtt«. 

The Stags edged the Ancacs 
with a run in the last inning, 5-4 
after being stopped by rain 
while leading 3-2 over the Bears 
earlier in the week. 

The Dukes held on to a share 
of second place with a 3 aod' 1 
record by topping the Rebels 
4-2 and crushing the Peppers 
18-2. With an identical 3-1 
record are the Jetr avIk) spHt a 
pair topping the Anza.^s 5-1 and 
being edged by the Bears 7-6. 
The Bears are 2-1. 

The Anzacs are even wiA 2-2. 
The Orioles and Rebels have 
1-3 records while the Peppers 
bring up the rear with a 0-4 
record. 



TEN BUCK mnm 

- i 

WIN IN DRAG RUCa 



trcHMOND — The Com- 
misskm of Game and Inland 
rtteles made only minor 
^•^es in the proposed hunting 
^taam and limits for this lafl 
airt winter following their final 
Iwaring in, Ridinwnd May 7. 
TTie most pronounced change 
was the reinstatement of the 
Route 29 — Route 151 dividing 
Hm for deer season in Amherst 
a^ f<^(» Counties. The orig- 
titf propOMd tint both counties 
be incljMted in their mtir^ in 
^ two-week w»tem season 
Mmi^i vi^rous protests 
mm imi ^fmm% and spor^- 
nen in the eastein half of thew 
tts# .counties. [>ropiMng these 
%ni die seaswi ami bag limk 
^mgmak retft»ed ^ east-west 
•enoa dividii^ line of last 
ymr, md the «atern half of the 
two countira wyi haw la^ year's 
t^ lunit of twode^ p^ lueue 
vear, eM^ sex mi the iMt 5 
BMMii^ days. 

Tlie deer «gMis muM <f ^ 
Wm A)#e , md in Anrii^st 
««tt of E9^ 29, Becttbrd, 
Cwnpbell wi^ <rf Riute 29, | 
PauUin, Greene west of Route 
29, IWifax, Henry, RtocHson 
fwft of Route 29, Mebcm w«t 
^ Route 151, PaMck and Fitt- 
«^tttt Ownties will be No- 
-99^^ 15-27. The b^ Iteiit 
«A be one de^ pa- liccMe y^-, 
^iBtm an on Ihe fim day oriy 
#Mi 0»msx!p&Bn of Mon^om- 
e^OcHmtv wb«« bucta only 
fsat b^ odBBB. 

3%e reml^inf t0L of the 
Btoe M^ie OHfflti^ wiH havef 
a-;Hoyartb« ISudircni^ Jan- 
S 4tm. pNMon esGcept in die 
" ^Ni^ ^ea wfMcre Leg- 




• ItOMNOflCB 
aMMAHM^WEALTH 

w? vreciNiA 

b tte Oat*! Office of Hmi 
Cowt of the Otv «f Viivi 
BcMl^ «■ tiM Ittk day of 
1965. 

ttHIMER OF rUBUCATION 
DIANA WXJUS WOLF, 
Plaintitf. 
agakuft 
THOMAS 7WTHONY WOLF, 
DefM<tMtt. 

The <^ect of dm suit is to 
olMain a div<»ce a Vinculo 
Nfpltriinoni from the said de- 
fntdant, upon the grounds dt 
desertion. 

And an i>ffidavtt teyine be?n 
mwle and MtA that the defend- 
ant is a a<»i-resi(tert <A the 
State of Virginia, the last Vnown 
pOft offia address beine: % An- 
drew J. WoK. 9th Street &. 
^ — i. Miswim, it is order-d 
he ^ apo^r here within 
10) days af^er due oublica- 
iii/ff here^. and do w^at may 
be nece^UY to protect his in- 
rest in 4w mn. 
A cop^— T(i»te: 
JOHN V. FBNTRESS, Oerk 
Bv: Mflfy M. White. D.C. 
REWRY * mf/>mS p.q. 
W Padfc Aveni« 
ffginia B^cfc, Virginia 

5-20-4T 



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'aolBd; «Ake hon^eeoer^ 
live in. Qdl ^^ 5. 42S- 
1233. 

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year, one of which may be a 
doe in Caroline, Essex, Isle of 
Wight, King George, King and 
Queen, King William, Lancas- 
%;r, Nansemond, Northumber- 
tend, Richmond, Southampton, 
Surry, Sussex and Westmore- 
hmd Counties and in Oiesapeake 
and Vii^nia Beach citia. 

The northern counties of Al- 
bemarle, Culpef^)er, Fairfax, 
Fauquier, Greene east (^ Route 
29, Ldudoun, Louisa, Madi^n 
east trf Route 29, Orange, Prince 
Wflliam, Rapf»hannock, ^x>t- 
sylvania and Stafford will have 
a l»g limit of one deer per li- 
cense y^r with either sex sho(H- 
ing permittdd on the first day 
«ily. The remaining eastern Vir- 
ginia counties (except Northamp- 
ton which is d<»ed) will have 
a bag limit of 2 twcks per li- 
cense year. 

Small game season west of 
the Blue Rldtje will begin No- 
vember 1 and toA January 31. 
I East of die IWue Ridge rabWt, 
grouse and squirrel season (with 
tte ex6q>tion of certain soecial 
^rly squirrel seasmis) will be- 
jrin November 15 and extend 
throueh January 31. iRaM}it sea- 
scMi in Accomapk 4md North- 
nnpton Counties ends January 
IS. Quail season in the eastern 
ooiMities wiH continue throu^ 
Felwuary 15 except that in Am- 
herst, Nelson and Rappahan- 
nodc Counti^ it will end on 
January 31. 

T!ie stateiwl^ oear season 
will be November 15 throurfi 
Jannary 5 wiA Legislative Act 
seasons in Southwest Vir^tink 
tgA in die Dismal Swamp Area 
remaining as tijev were last vear. 
Itear huiitine will not be oermit- 
ted on the National Forests or 
on Commi^ioa owned lands un- 
til November 15 and does mav 
not be used to hunt bears on 
tiiese lands until November 79. 
A turkev season beoinning 
November 1 and ending Decem- 
ber 15 was aooroved for' Al- 
Irahany. Augusfa. Bath, Bote- 
tourt. Craie. Frederick, Giles, 
Hij^land, Montip>merv. Roan- 
oke, Rockbridpe, Rockingham 
and Shenandoah Counties. A 
December 15 - Tanuarv 15 sea- 
son will be in effect for counties 
of Albemarle, Atrelia. Amherst. 
Ai«>omattox. Bedford. Bruns- 




Dinwiddie. F;iuqier. Fluvanna, 
Goochland, Ha-lifax, King and 
Queen, Louisa, Lunenburg, Nd- 
son. New Kent, Nottoway, 
Orange, Pr>whatan, Prince Ed- 
ward, Prince George, Prince 
William, Spotsylvania and Staf- 
ford Coumics. The bag limit 
Will be one turkey per day, ^wo 
per license year, either sex ex- 
cept that only gobblers may be 
taken in Cumberland and New 
Kent Counties, the latter having 
a one per season limit. Pittsyl- 
vania wiH have its usual Novem- 
ber 15 - January 31 Legislative 
season with a bag limit of one 
gobbler per da^t^2^ license 
year. 

Hie Commissi(» propose at 
this meeting to further amend 
the regulation relative to hunting 
deer, with dogs to make it un- 
lawful to hunt deer with dogs 
in Fairfak County. They also 
proposed that Ac new 1,-143 
acre John Flanagan Reser^^ 

HI Dickmson County be closed i a inia'nr' timir TITCC » 
to fishing until July 1, 1966, to^jfliAli IISKIj IUc5. 
allow newly stocked fish to 
reach desirable size. Threadfin 
shad, white bass and walleyes 
have been stocked to date and 
additional stockings of large- 
mouth and smal'lmouth bass 
and muskellunge are planned in 
June and July. Both of these pro- 
posals will be given final con- 
sideration at the next meeting of 
the Commission at the Ameri- 
cana Inn, Vinginia Beach, on 
June 19 beginning at 9:30 a.m. 



Team R H E 

Dukes . 4 6 1 

Rebels 2 3 3 

WP-Couch, tP-Oeorge 
Orioles • 19 7 5 

Peppers ""l 2 »7 

WP-McNutly, LP-Steward 
Jets 5 4 4 

Anzacs 1 2 1 

WP-McDonald, LP- Johnson 
Rebels . 5 8 3 

Orioles 13 1 

WP-Smiley, LP-Lindsttom . 
Dukes , II t 2 

Peppers '2 3 5 

WP-Branich, LP-Davis 

HR-Couch 
Stags 
Anzacs 

WP-Payne, LP-Ba 
Bears 
Jets 
WP-Fulgham, iP-Sh 

STANDINGS 

Stags 

Jeto^ V 

Dukes --.- — '" '■- -' / ■ 

Bears — ^ .. ■ ,.^ . -. . — ■ 2-1 

AnHw»: ^^ ;:----"-':" ^-^^=-2-2 
Orioles 3-3 

Rebels , 1-3 

Peppers 0-4 



3-0 
3-1 
3-1 



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COLT TACKLE WILL 



CREEDS — Ca* prias wiH 
be awarded to the top cart in 
various classet Sumiay at the 
Virginia Bei^ Dragway in 
Creeds. 

Prizes will' include: Top Gas, 
$150; LiJrte Gas, $50; Top 
Stock Eliminator, $150; Middle 
Stock, $75; Little Stock, $25; 
Top Modified Production, $25. 

the Super Stocks wHl be back 
Sunday, Mavo Ross, in the "Go 
Go No. 1" had a little bad luck 
in Pennsylvania Saturday when 
the "Go Go" burned otit some 
bearings. Hanks Trader had his 
share of Hie problems, too, w 
he was out of the running last 
weekend. Pop Whh's "Sly Fox" 
was the only Super Stock run- 
nint; last Sunday m he, of course, 
took the top prize money. 

Drag Strip fans are on the 
look-out for a new machine since 
sources say "Bob Clark is uc 
to something" and are also ea- 
gerly awaiting the Saturday night 
races once the lights are in- 
stalled, which should be in about 
two weeks. 

Sloci 

Last Sunday's winners: A/S, 
Crafton Colson, N.C.: B/S, Da- 
vid Tucker. N.C.;. B/Sa, Le-i 
Kerzanet, Virginia Beach; C/S, 
W. C. Stewart, Norfolk; C/SA, 
Charies Mimms, Virginia Beach; 
D/S, Warner, Norfolk; E/S, T. 
L. Smith, Columbus, O.; E/SA, 
Jack Stewart, Portsmoilth; F/S, 
Dickie Twiford, Crmis; F/SA, 
Tom Howe, Norfolk; 0/S, Paul 
Grandy, Chesapeake; G/SA, 
Charles Stewart, S.C.; H/S, Wil- 
lie Harris, Oceana; H/SA, R. 
D. Davis, Norfolk; I/S, David 
SimnwiB, Norf<rfk; I/SA, Jim 
Van Metre, Virginia Beach; 
J/S, James Gray, Calif.; K/S, 
Bill Midges, Virginia Beach; 
L/S, Bob Chum, Virginia 
Beach; M/S, Rdn Vently, Oies- 
apeake; N/Sj LuAer Wydcll, 
Norfolk. _^-r.- 

A/G, B. R. Carroll, Virginia 
Beach; B/G, Stan Whitman, 
Oiesapeake; C/O, Guy New- 
man, Virginia Beach; E/G, Le- 
roy Wariey, Norfo Mc^ -^ 



moi^; F/MP, Jessie WHltenu. 
Top Str«t, O^ Neiw^Bl, 
Vln^l^ Beach; To© Gaisef, te- 
roy Wariey, Norfcrfk; Top Stock. 
W. C. Stewart, Chesapeake; and 
USmt Stock, Pii^ Graiuiy, 
Oiesapeake. 



TENinS CLASSES 
ON SATURDAY 

VIRGINIA BEACH ~ Ten- 
nis Instructions will be givei b^ 
the Recreation Department e»5n 
Saturday at the following Hf<^ 
.Schools: Princess Ann^ Kella;n, 
and Virginia Beach. 

Qasses for students aged 10 
to 14 will begin at 9 a.m. to 
10:30 a.m. followed by classes 
for 15-year olds and above 
10:30 a.m. to 12 noon. Students 
must provide their own racquets 
and shoes. Tennis balls will be 
provided by the Recreation De- 
partment. The Instructors will 
be from the local High Schools. 

For adults who wish to jrfay 
tennis at nieht the local courts 
at the same High Schools will be 
open from 7 p.m. till 10:30 am. 
and die lights wW be turned on. 



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VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Baltimore Colts| six foot four 
inch 240-pound ilefensive tackle, 
Billy Ray Smith, will be guest 
speaker at a luncheon meeting 
of the Virginia Beach Sporte 
Club Tuesday. 

TTie meeting will get under- 
way at 1 p.m. at the Black An- 
gus Restaurant and the public 
is invited to attend. Tlie only 
cost will be $1*25 i<x the meal. 



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which includat principal, i» 
ferest, taxes and insmandi 
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Wi^r» also axparts In hddtng 
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ACCOUNTS INSURED UP TO $10, 000 

VIReiNIA BEACH FEDERAL 

SAVINGS AND .LOAN ASSOCUTION 

210 -25rii STREET Vhsinia BMch, Va. 

PHONE 428-9331 



THE TIME HAS COA\E 

■-■*."- H * •" 

:TO STOP ADVERTISI 
THE VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 
■ WHEN ... 

** You have aU the business in Virginia Beach 

• None of your customers has access to other stores ', 

• Children stop being born 

• t)Id people stop dying / 

• Nobody is gettui| married — 

• Nobody is moving iptoVirginiabeach 

• The citizens of Virginia Beach go naked and live in caves 

• Everybody loves you so much they cm't possibly trade efeewliere 

• The spirit of competition is dpd 

• You are planning to go outjw business 

REMEMBER 

NOBODY READS THE VIRGIN^ iBEACH SUN 

BUT . . . 

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sec J?t'v^?of t^Z "^ *»•«** Pf^ tW"^? Ar. yoa 

for vou on the wf 1 ^ ^'T"? "^'«'''>«*«'" f"«nd thf answer 
r2.^ ^ * u ^* ^"*^ *'"'« a duty stay with her hiiA^ad 
thru!s.t^^'' ''"^ '•*'"^ h«re afttr 25 >4ar. of smicT^h 

Ki^ia fiSr iftf """iL^ Cdifornia. we can do here in V|r- 

S. *'' *^ ^•^^*' ^^^h Cha"»>>" o^ Commerce 

the mtli? "'I'u''"* ^"f*'^ **• • stinwtati^ experience, and 
to be !lr„ 3"?" fP^"» ^^^^"^ ^"^ ^*"^rf with ^aces'to go. thilTgs 

mrvLieri^U J ^^^^^'^' n*«Hng only simple tools and ordi- 
Kf hL..? S^^^g^^"'"^ ^'^^^^ '^"'•"K everything possible 
everyone who is interested - young or old. male or fenalT. . . * 
* A^T^V*'.^^^ ""^ VIRGINIA'S HOBBIES-CRAFTS 
Sn e.rn .K ■'' '^ *''J';'"8 ^ <»«y-t«me hours and at nigN. You 
^J? ^1, r^"'!'^'*'' *^y» ""'^"^ ^« "*!"»** which hardens to 
n32*^!F !. • ^^J "'*y he incorporated with fried warble*. 
p«ntled woods, gravel, and other materials to make b«Mrtiful 
amp. unusual wall plaques, hot plate stands, or any decorative 
Item Ijfe-hke flowers m^y be made from ribbons, paber cups, 
feathers, and for very little expense. ' 

"Crrative talein is not required." eki)lains Virginia." "learning 
how IS the secret • ..♦ Mid she has booklets and pamphlets with 
patterns and mstmctmns on ways to make just about anything. 
bJie keef>s a goo.I sujiply of all necessary materials on hand aho. 

Virgmia wants you to learn how satisfying making your own 
persoml it^is can be. But her desire for you to have pretty deco- 
ratton* whenever the nccasiou demands goes beyond teaching. * 
Vou are often faced with the problem of creating special 
de-orations and centerpieces for birthdays and showers and parries. 
Andafter all your, wtorry and your hard work, you.have no fttrther 
Use for It after the jiarty is over! She can lih this burden from 
you. In her shop you will find available for renting any ttpe of 
^orarion or caiterpiece or party favor you may need. > 
|Blenko hand-blown glassware is on aife M her shop as wdl at 
ler gift itenjs you may desire.' ' ' 
._yiRGINI4 HpBBmS-CRAWrs fr-GlFTS ^1 take ^t^I 
of everything . . .you may learn from Virginia, you may rent from 
yirgmia, and you n»y buy from Virginia. 

Her shop is <^n mvf. Stop in to see her. or give her a call 
at 428-13S5. She is an old friend with all sorts of new ideas for 
y»u 



Fkid Dt^ Stresses Speed ... ^eed . . . More Speed 




TIm OlyaiptM c««i4 MArealy e«iM* aivr* McitAiMar tluM ivkm 
V. D«y EUaMMtarjr Seli*^t ■■anal FmM Oty ImI Fnimj mt C«s 
Stodltvak SPEED wm th« htj w*r4 •• j9mm§»imn •tr«i««dl to wia 
t*r their cUm ia Taricaa cvaaU. S««fU«iM ll>«7 war* ftaaatt a 



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Mar as tkajr raa tlM 80-yard 4aak (aa ia tka first pictara)i Maia- was ana af maay eliminstion* that pracaaiM today i cWy- aH dl a 

tinas tliay raa rigbt oat of thair slioas in tlr« diuttla-run (saa circle Fjsid Day at Cox Stadium, tponsored by tha City ttacraatioaJMMrt- 

ia sacoad pict«r*)| aad soniatiaiat it tooii tli* vary last ounce of aiaat. (Pkate by wGB^0 

■traaftb ta gat avar tba line to win tba fOO. But it was fun. This 

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VIRGINIA BEACH, VfRGINIA, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1965 

sicnoNi 



Publicity 
MforicGet^ 
top AwariT" 






WEW yORK, N.Y. ^ The 
PpMIc 1|etoti«w Society of 
Amoien presented its aimuai 
Sttver A^il Award for one of 
the na^kte'i? most oulstouiding 
i^ic relations 



Cutliaa— With Viaw «f Virgiaia Baael^ 

Vtagiida dispUy* jwt a faw of tba lovaly isiraatioBs •!« 
aiada wbicb you aiay raat, bay, ar iaara to a^a: far yoimaK. < 



CJUmiEKS SQiCT CAWUDITE 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Miss 
Brenda Hope HairoU, l6-ycar 
old student »t K«Uani Hi^ 
school, has beep se{ept«| tt) 
represent the National Associa- 
tion of Letter Carriers,- Brtocb 
2819, as a Lotui Quscn oSa- 
date in tihe annual L^us Festibi: 
val scheduled io July. 



George Main, vke president 
of the local iK'anch, h<s an 
nounced her picture will be dis- 
played throughout tiie area along 
with th« penny-Vote boxes. 

Miss CarioU m^kes her home 
W^h her sister and brother-in 
li#, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mc 
draw of Pungo. ^ 




•Gss Braada Ha|>a Carnal <Mt) ^senMaa iriafa f# tba 
fa rtb a a i ahig Lata* jfaatfval witb Gaaraa Mdn, i^ prasMsat af 
■ aH9» NALC. 



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PoMIe Relations Director for 
die BHitoB-Tunnei is Edw«i4 G. 
Joyi«r, Jr., <rf Virginia Beach. 

Walter Cronkite, CBS news 
dJreoKM-, presented the award in 
cer^aiet at the Plaza Hotel. It 
was r»«ived for the Bric^e- 
Tunnel jointly by Mr. Joyner 
and «<*ert H. Kline, President 
of Robert Kine and Company. 
RichnKud advertising and pub- 
lic FekMions firn^. 

The $200,000,000 Che^- 
peake Bay Bridge-Tunnel spans 
17.6 miles (A alnKKt open 
oc«Mi between Virginia Beach 
and the Ddmarva Peninsula. It 
foi^s a Hnk on Ae - Coas4»l 
Oeean Hiway, one of the main 
travd routes between New Yoric 
and the South. 

T!w Bridge-Tunnd observed 
its first anniversary of opera- 
tion April ISth when k was pre- 
sented an award as the nation's 
oubtandii^ en^eering fe;^ of 
tile year. Two yean ago it was 
seletned as havii^ the best putv 
lie relaticms prt^am in the 
state <rf Virginku 



Iteseue Squad 
Now Officers 



VIRGINIA BEACH — New 
oir^ers have bsen elected for 
the Virginia Beach Rescue 
Squad and they will be installed 
on May 28 at the annual ban- 
quet to 'be held at the Officer's 
Club, NAS Oceana. 

W. H. Phillips wiU serve as 
captain; W. M. Jenkins, Jr., first 
licwtei^ant; W. T. Parker, second 
lieutenant; O. L. White, ser- 
pent; W. C. Eagan, secretary; 
Ployd Watcrfield, treasurer; B. 
A- GrHHand, plans and training 
officH", C. R." Grandy, piri>lic re- 
latk)ns officer; and Rev. Mecon 
Walton, chaplain. 

President is Dr. J. P. Charl- 
ton; vice president, Bruee Mur- 
phy; medical advisors, Dr. W. A. 
Dickinscm, Dr. John Crawford, 
awi E^. F. G. BnrM, Jr.; legal 
adyisOT, Frank Gatic^^r, and 
die trusted ate C^. J. A. 
Wg^t ami reelected were W. 
P. Keftm and RiAis Kight, Jr. 



Choral Concert 
At Dey JcImmI 

GREAT NECK — The an- 

'nual spring Choral Concert of 
the John B. Dey Elementary 
School, Great Neck Road, Mrs. 
Irene A. Kolte; music director, 
will be presented May 25 at 
8 p.m. in the school cafctorium. 
I Choral sdections bv the 6th 
grade chorus inchiffl!, "The 
Green Cathedral," ;'The Synco- 
pated Clock," two spirittta^ 
"Mary and Martha," aad "two 
;Si" ^nd a novelty number 



ISJMaaat^ry iapar^aar'^rs. (draca Harrall spaaks let tba VBEA 
» aaptbfr aiai^^tary saparvisor, MiUUp E. Maakias, oatgaiBf 



wWla 

p r as i da a t af tba graap, llstaas att«a>tiTaly, 



UIN NEW VBEA PRES. 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Virgiiffii Beach Education As- 
soci^ticMi mstalled its new offi- 



POUCE TAIE COURSE 

VBRGfNIA BEACH— Seven 
Vi^inia Beach policemen, five 
from the regular force and two 
from military bases, are en- 
roled in an accident investiga- 
tion training course now under- 
way at Norfolk Police Head- 
quarters. 

They are Lt. W. F. Carrie* 
Sgt. C. H. Payne and Patrolmen 
L. W. Barlow, <R. E. Bross an^ 
C. D. Hathaway Jr. of the Vir- 
gins Brach Polke Department; 
Captain L. R. Eaton, Little 
O-eek; and Sgt. F. Randlett, 
OoNUja Navti Air Station. - ' 
The course, which started 
Monday and will continue 
through May 28, is sponsored '^ 
the Traffic Iiutitute of Nmth- 
westem University. ' 



cers at its annual spring dinner 
dance recently at the Cavalier 
Hotel. 

Installed were Jay Linn of 
Princess Anne Hi^ School, 
president; Mrs. Janet Jo Kervin, 
Shelton Park Elementary, vice 
president; Mrs. Virginia Rich- 
ter, Kempsville Meadows Ele- 
mentary, secretary; and George 
Anders<m, Kellam High, treas- 
urer. •■ 

Outgoing president, Phillip 
Meekins, elementary supervisor, 
presided over the meeting and 
presetted a nunrber of 25-year 
service pins. 

Jerry Kelter of Kellam Hi^ 
was general chairman. 

The banquet committee con- 
sisted d Mrs. James Duke, Mrs. 
^tMM<tfia Wood, Mrs. Angela 
Wyche, Mrs. Frances Sachon 
«nd Dwi Proffitt. 

After the banquet dance mu- 
MC was provid^ by the Pat 
OvMli Combo. 




rondo form, entMl 
nival." 

The 7th grade chcmis inU 
present a short concert verffon 
of Mozart's comic opera, "Tlie 
Magic Flute," with narration. 

Eighty 6th and 7th grade (w- 
pils wiU participate in the pro- 
gram. There is no adn^sxm 
charge and the public is WS" 
dially invito to attend. 



BOniE COLLECTION 

PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA— 

Plaza Little League Ladies Aux- 
iliary will knock at all doors 
of the Princess Anne Plaza resi- 
dents on Saturday, asking for 
soda bottles which will be re- 
deemed. 

The proceeds wiU be used for 
League equipment. 




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tttt. Wbtta yrasaats awards ta Sayanna Fox wblla Latmr 
Pally looks «s. ',,,,(• 

Cooke InstaHs SCA Offteeit 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
upper grades at W, T. Cooke 
Elementary school held a spe- 
cial a»en^ly program Moiuky 
morning for die uistallati<ni of 
newly elected of ico^ of the 
Student Cooperative Association, 
and pre^ntation of various 
awards and recognitions. 

Elementary supervisor, Mrs. 
Mildred Wilson, instaHed the 
following SCA officers: Karen 
Zorick, president; Bob Batche- 
ier, vice prkident; Rhonda 
Pooe, secretary; Nicky Thcr- 
mides, treasurer; and Richiud 
Hall, Ttgoxitt. 

Mrs. Bernard White, Princess 
Anne chapter of the Daughters 
of the American Revolution, 
presented a medal and book to 
Suzanne Fox of fifth grade hx 




her (Mitstandtag enay en .*^jpt. 
totfe T«ihwiys.'*'1fcft ^ntm 
vi'maa in the Ti<kwt^ t^ 
trict. Larry Pufly, a 
gratter, was presented • 
cate for hJs^^Hiy. 

RlC't^f Jduuon, dvlMBt^ 
Safety for thfc Qty of Vl^Ai 
^acn, present awutSi to tki 
Safety I^tiol. 

Carol Strickland t%(^vwi|^Mi 
elMck htm Mtk JkHE 
of the ^iHs pwif Wnm*^ 
Club for her outstandkm 
bim]' -posterl 

The retiring and inomi 
fi(«re of Ae ^^inia 
Sdied SCA aad their 
Miss Sylyia Short, wctc 
doced. Mrs. Jati^ Pattp^n»^| 
Mrs. Patricia Bishop ase "^ 
sponsors. 






Baavas Jobnson pl«saikts tka GoM Badca ta Jay MeCraekaa 
far kis aatstaiidiag davaiiea ta daly aa « BMaibar of tba Cooka 
Safaty Palnd. «t 

(•tuff photo by Padiick) . 



Members of the Cot^K* Safety Patrol who were avrarded Gartificataa aajdl tkMlfas . at llMidk] 
aioraing's special assembly were: captain Albert Rowsayj lieuteaaals, Caral Coraatt w^^dda l^>* 
and patrols, Patti Albrigbt, Norrell Allen, DoaglM Atkins, Rebia Atwatar. Earl nJHfta. WaB- 
Basnigbt, Clinton Bra^baw, Carolya Bradahaw, Cynthia Callivroussi, Barbara^ CsMmh, 1|^ 
Carroll, David Carson, Kyle Caylor,, David Clark, Carol CoriMM, Mardia ^o^t^ 
Deborah Duerr, Vickie Doas, Anna Dowding, Barbara Deaa, Bona lEMaaaeftoa, 
Brooke Eatwistle, Skipper Ethatidga, Kelly Galloway, Ellea Hollaa^t D^bte Haafaar, 
Jay McCracken, Lynn MadMn, Mark Mauad, Pat McKaaa. Sbarry Markwt, Akto Nan«|^ 1 
Debbie VanNostrand, Bobby fallette, Rhonda Popa, J«y^ fUar^a, AAm« llpway.*'" 
Batty Ron, Dabra Ruaioii, Sandy Rice, Karl Smitbsoa, Floyil Skattaa, JMMMMa ._ 
TiUatt, SbaWa Thrift, Brian Towaaaad. Raadiy Wada. Jaaa Waadard, and IUm* tarffafc 

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9:30 tim.—Samtl^ S(to(ri 
il:UO «.«.— Montai WenMP 

6:15 p.ia. n«taia| IMpn , 

7:30 p.in.— EiMBoi^ S^Vk* ' 
Eveping Swvksii W nwwte iMct 

May 13 • Se j*. t5. 

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9:43 Lm^-teAqr Scted 

1:30 t^—imm IteiM 

fd« pjB. tiv^uot S^vfee 

Id© pitt— *'«L Prmy«f S«rvkc 

PAim ■ATTIR CHUSCH 
»:« UL-^wMi^ School 

l^cs n^iiiREN cmjBoi 

?:I0 jpuBL Bi>tnini Sttykm, 
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wv. T. 11. Wafettt Ak,.. 
900 ajiL— Chffdi Schod 
ll;nO ajL Mnfp ii m fV^iwilip 
7:30 pjB.— fi«i«Ba« It^u^hip 





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9:43 kJiL-^iater School 
11:00 un.— Morai^ Wnriri|» 
7:45 pjB.— £v«qiet WooMp 

sr. Kmmmu>mcmmsM 

fmem Aino Oaart Hoow 
■w. Biwa •. _ . , 

lOKM aon.— Sofld^r Stibodl 
11K» UB.— Ilona^ Wonhto 

fcOO pjB.— B.T.U. 

7.-00 



•^%e oihdF W Gnodad md an aeeoiait in ana 
Hevspaper about the mlnadMa ^eed of i B4i 
booiber. He ^trasted tiUs aceomplfahmont witii 
1^ experienea fa Ma ^ott nlmi ba q»otted his ftrrt 
Kirplane f ivt inlk» outride of tofWB— and t^n rode 

ab^de into town in time to aee tiie plane drdiiqr 
tiie capitol btdWng. 

. It 86^ ineredlUe the tecSmoloi^ adviaoei 
JBaaldnd has made In tiie past fifty .^ears. Mm 
Itho rode to Sm^i^ Sdiocd V borse mi Ibno^H 

,, boys, today follow the flight of aabronaoti on TV. 
^Their wives do the faaUly knnddy witii the twM 
of m dial, and thdr gnmdehlllrra feint AJIMiili 

"^Srom prognmmuBd textbodlca. 

C^ une^ngiiiff fa^ mnaiafl. Iffim ttill neefii 
God a« the oantiff and ielreaaifiveiiei of Ua Uft. 
^4^ tb^Ckw^ as ded^ *^*|wteBf tJiMMarmm- 



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#r. MATTHEWS 
CATHOUC CHLHOI 

. iei() SMin Laae, vtriioia Beach 
nam &Wan and Fa&w FlMltaj' 
Sumao^ kMiNC 7:30. 9:00, 10:30 

mi 13:00 
Coofwioe aadl Saturday 4:00 p.m. 

10 3.-00 JjiL aadf 7:00 to 1:00 p4n. 
I%0M KI 5-9333 

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NA2AR£NE 

rw A* AMnca, nmUt 

9:43 aA.— Snoday School 
10:43 ajB.— M<miiqi Worriiv 

nMPLE DkANUl^ 
23tt wd NWc.Vii f>Bia Beach 

7:30 a ai!-3erric« Moo.-Fri. 
S:lfi ^A.— Fnday-SabiMth Servicea 
10:00 aA).-^t.'&M)6th Servka 
8:00 a.iB — Servkea Sunday . 

«MANUAL 

LUTHEJIAN CHURCH 

KMUMtkJk. Prica.. Pa«t«r 

Lynn Shores Drlva 
at Va. Beach Blvd. 
9:10 a.m.---4Qnda7 Church 

/ Sebool. 
10:30 a-m. Worship Service 

(xanetf provided) 
6:30 p.m. — liuther Lea^a 



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ALL UNOS 

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9:43 ciB.— Smidqr S^bNl 
tlKM ajD^— tjiaralDc Wnnfcto 
630 pATMnlKUaipii 
7;^ pm.—&f^bm WwiUp 

i^owax EAPivr cbisch 

k JMooaH Aano OooMy oa Hgy 613 

tl aulo pait Omuw Ak Staitioo 
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9:45 ajn.— todnr ScboA 
11:43 am— WteSlp Scr^oa 

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CHfJIKH 

Princen Anne. Viif&iia 
Rav. P. S. Shell. Miaiator 
9:45 ain.— CfaonA Sebool 
11:00 ajn.— Morning Wonhip 



THAUA MEmODlST CHURCH 

Pine Ave;^ A Va. Beach Blvd. 
WiUiuB U AahM. PmIot 
9:45 a jn.— Sunday School 
10:45 ajB.— Woniilp 



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PM pm.- ^tA'ine k lervKe, Wad. 

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FOUNDRY METHODBT 
CBXmCB 

ViiginJa Beach Boulevaitl, Lynohaven 

DouilbH Ebcfl, paiiw 
8:45 a.m. and U ajB.— wrvicai 
9:43 a.m.— Church Schod 
6:30 pjn.— YoOth Fettowdi^ 

WflK H GROVE 
METMomn- CHURCH 

. Princeas Anne 
Roy R. Jadnoa, PMtor 

10:00 a.m.— Church School 
11:15 a.n. — ^Morning Wonhip 



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V iMOBmiBT CHURCH 

Great Necic Road 
■^ ' LaRoy Davi*. RlloUtar 
9:45 aja.— C^rdi Schod 
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,^_ JOD»r cHimcs. 
^«ee fbat Colonial uu 
^ ^. H. Warti Curry, Paator 
9:45 a.in.-<:taiA;h Sohooi 
11:00 a.m.— MoRiliu Wonh^ 
7:30 pjQ.— Youth Fdlowshjp 

HAYGOqp MEMUUAL 

4713 Haygood. RmmI 
hmm G. Loig. Jr« Nttor 

9:45 a.n.— diurch Se|ool 
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WotiWp Senfees:^^? t.aL, 9:4* 
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Chiiroh SdMol for al Me sro«M> 

9:45 »m. 
Seeeod leatioB of Cburcb Schurijit 

11 ajn. fm-cUMrcoapttreull n 

p«(te and adults. 
HMkodiit Youth Fitkm^ki 1 

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BAYLAKlE METIiIM>BT (»UM:R 

Shore Drive at Treasure Uaad Dr. 
Baysida « 
Rajraapad El MaMer, Miaklar 
8:30 & 11 ajn.— Wonhip Servka 
9:45 ajn.— &aday School 

CHARIIY METRdDBT CHUMS 

Badi Bay, VligiaiB 
R«v. WttlaiB A. MeoB, h, 
10:00 a.m.— Ohiuth Sctool 
tl.OO a.gi— Moraing Wo awUp 

SALEM MEIHODBT CBAJRCH 

Prmceai ^le. Virglaia 
Rev.FKHfcD.laaMa 

10:00 a.m.— MtmiiBg Wcntt^ 
11:00 a.m.—Oburch School, 
7:30 pjn.— Ymitt FeUowiUp 

COMMUNITT MEIHttDBT 
CHURCH 

Acredafe — lUaipaviQe 
Rav. Joha L. KikUr, Jn. 

9:45 a.in.— Church ScboclL' 
1:00 a.m.— MoraiM Woci# 
7:30 pja.— YouttVUIoiniap 

LYNNHAVEN MClBODBr 
CHURCH' 

Utile Meek Road 
Ur. Oicar V. Re^rlgaaa, Paator 

0:00 a.m.—Chui«h School 
1 1 :00 a.m.— Morning Wonhip 

.EKIES METHODIST CHURCH 

5S60 Virginia Baadi WM. 

Rav. C. Katon Gray 

2arly Worship Service 8:|0 a.m. 
'hurch School 9:0 a.ui. 

Ate WoraWp Sirvlct U*0 a.in. 
^oth Fellowship fiOO p.m. 

iETREL MEtiiOiMMr CRURCH 

F^imaa Aaaa 
Roy R. JadiMB, fUt^bmt 

10:00 a.m,— iloraliig Wpnhip 
1:00 A.M.— Ckorck Miool 

HaEA MfeUMlttn' CMUACH 

l^4aH l?M ' 

9:43 a.m.— ChuilA , 
<|:00a.in.— WofiMI 
W» P4B.— Yortfc ^ 



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tma/to MdHODisT at ubch 

Plinoeaa Anne, Viiginia 
ftav. Fiaak D. Jsmaa 
10:15 aJa,-<Cfiunh School 
11:15 i4ii.— M«niQg WonJUp 

GALILEE EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

40di avS fuMkr-OA 8-3573 
na Rav. EJwd Bwfcaljr, Raetai 
Tlic Rev. Maeoa B. WdtM, AmIiUbI 

8 a.m. — Holy Communion every 

Sunday 

9 a.m. — Morning prayer and 

"Sermon. (Holy Com- 
nunion every 4th Sun- 
^ day.) 
10 a.m, — Church School Glasses. 
11:16 aJU. — Morning prayer and 
Sermon (Holy Commun- 
ion every lat Sunday.) 

ST. FRANCIS* 
EPIS<X>PAL MISSION 
ittv. Oayiaa E. Ortoar 

YHr ta flarga 
609 BoMment Road 
Virginia -Beach. Va. 
9:15 ajB.— <:3uirch School 
10:13 ajB.— Woitfiip Servtea 
Nonaiy Provided 

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EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH 

233 Bowman Road 
Rav.^ Charlaa R. McCinlay, Ra^or 
8:00 A.H.— Holy Communioa 
10:00 A.iU. — Holy Communion 

fa A S Sun.) 
Miming Pnver (2 A 4 Sun.) 
arch Simool follows the 10:00 
SIrvica. Nursery service is 
availaSla. 



EVANGELICAL LUTHBtAN 
CHURCH of Ae GOOD SHl^HESO 

1489 LaaUn Road 
Rav. DMwNi W. Taylor 

9:30 a.m. — Cfhirch School 
11:00 a.m.— Worship 
6:80 p.m. — Lotiier Leagiu 

OUR SAVIOUR'S 
. LUTHERAN CHURCH 

*- Baykke Mmb. Bavwie 

ktaaatt R. CartMMgh, PaiNt 

8:16 a-m.-^ Worship Service 
9:30 a.m.— Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Wctfship Service 

P RWCg OF PEACE 

Lui^KAN cmmcH 

(MliKWi Synod) 

424 Ktags Grtal Road 

iUv. J. Etaiar Medi^, Puter 

8:00 ain.— Divine Wonhip 
■ 9:15 a.ffi.— Simday aabosA aad 

Bii^Oaaa. 
10:30 aJB.-^aiviBfe Worthfe 
Holy OoauBiiBieit-lat aid |ii 
Sunday. . 

men 

PEE^WTEiaAW 

tffov faaei^ in the 

ElenieBtBry S^ 
RayMaadC, wmm . 
9.50 ajn — Simday Sebool 
11:00 a.ai. — ^Momkig W<8l^p 

lAYSIDEXRESl^rnaiAlt 
CHURCH 

Near Rohhlns Comae 
Rev. I. E, lohaswit IN 
9:45 ajB — Susiday SctexA 
il:uO ajn.— Monung Wonblp 

THALU 

PRESBYTERUN u 

Now nweting isk\, 

fliatf a Ekoiente^ SehNl 
Ir*lagR.9lBMM.>BiMK 
9:30 a.m.— Moniliig :Wlai^ 
10:45 ajn.— Chffch Sdni 



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PRErtYTEWANr ~ 

RosemmA Road to$ 
Waati J. MDIbr. 

9:46 a.m.-Sundjw *,«.„ 
1 1:00 a.m.— TImiivIi Servka 
LYNNRAVIN 
PRESBYTERIAN ..CpURCH 

Lynnfaatven Vluaga 
Rev. Marion R. Webh. 9ta MiaklM 

9:43 a.m.— Church Sdhool 
11:00 a.m.— Morning WorsUp ' 
6:30 pjn.— Youth FeiMiV 
6:30 p.m.— Pioneer PlJkmmp 
7:30 p.m.— £yeiik« WoJMMp 

^ dSRBT^^iBYTEBSAN 
' CHURCH 

1200 Aragona Boulanrd 

M. Bhad Dudley, MDUIv 

8:30 aim. — ^Wonbip and ChoRli 

Schooi 
9:30 a.m.— Worship aad ChoRli 

Sdbod 
11:00 »4n.— Wordi«> ani Chufcb 
School. 



XHrtANA Olltt N^Utttlr 

VIRGINIA BEAOI tt.VD. At OCEAMA 

Coantry CoreJl BiMHa, BiMI A Shooldaral 

TnA t'rtiitg, V«g4i6M«i, 

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Conaaissiaa Agaal 
HaBl>la on A Rafialai Ca. 
Fuel m and KaroMno 
OltA GAe.43ai, . 



EASTEKt SHORE CHAPEL 

^piKOisal) 

Saaders, Rector 

Cooioiuitioa 
. ily Service and 
Priyer (3fd Sunday 





_ Prayer, somon 
Hofy Onmaaioo) 





Wiy. L. -, 

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NlCHQLAa 
»LIC CHUMCR 

Rd. Kuw's Oraiit 
-JoIm I. ^Ubata 

Suadi^~^aii^ 8:30 Md 10:») a.m. 
C«eimlem I le 6 p.m. Satuiday 
OlMilMi^^sa: 10 to 12 Satuniay 
B^isja: MA 8:30 am. Massaa 



FIRST PRESBYTERLiN CHURCH 

Joha S. Lylea, Pastar 
Pacific Avehiie at 38tii. Sfiiek 
9:43 ajn— Church Sdiool 
11:00 a.m.— Morning ¥^nnMB 
6:00 p4n. Youth AsOowi^ 



CALVARY nimrniiftiii 

Pint Sbvet. Olenroek. Hocftft 

E. Crowd Cool^, PiAev 
9:45 a.m.— CbuRii Sdhool 
11:00 am.— M(M«Jog Wonfcte 
6:30 p.m.— What-Nots PUbwdib 
6:30 p.m.— Pioneer FeMow^' ^^ 
6:30^ijn.— Yooog People's 



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lilradiler'a has laadaU fat ail the faaily. 

Ifa tiipa ta lUiUi af aaa^aer aaadak . . . - 
Ur real barf faot f raadaai cha««a fra«i aw 
*«» «■ »k« •" «»wSr^^Xai lie! 



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8.-00 mUr-Ue^ f^Bmiy^lfta 

.aS^** *^_f**°r'» »«*ttae]b 
lO.-OO ajB.— Motofa^ p^o- ^ 

Holy C]D35Jun:oa oe 

oleadiam^ 



OF THE SEA 
-lUC CHURCH 

— ^^and Arctic Ctrdb 
PMaehi V. teabilcfc 
SoBday Manea 
8:00. 9:30. 11:00. 12:15 
0m$ 1 - Labor I^) 
IMMAJW, \0M,4l:ab, 12K)0 
Holy ttays. &00, 7:00. 9:0^ aoi 

OeahMioM, tm msmmi 7:00 lo 

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CHURCH GF GCMi 

620 144h StfMl 
Bobby H. SoMifMet 

9:48 A.M — Sunday SAo«l 
11:00 AM.-^<mifaig WoMife 
7:30 A.M.-^^^Btef Wtetf^i 

ASSEMBLY f^liill 

Rev. Saanel p. Beikp^r 
9:43 a.m.— Chim* S^fel- 
11:00 a.m.— Mornmg "pSib 
7:30 piB.--Evafie^9iB A^V 



ramctss ANN! nyNOHwi ft 

t LaeiliaM ii Serve ^ - iiife biipt. 
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CHURCS OP CSB»r 
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CEMlEtlRY 

CEMETERY 
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y^ «rt>*y wtrthw i^an m, ymt eon iwwr t*N 
«*• «^ fc« ikiddiai lirtB ^M. And Ci no {ok*, 
■ yow*!* Ml by on mi$mtfd MotorlM. Qm qtidMy 
M«*ra0« a|K>in^ (till md Q«h«r licaards wMi >eiia 
CoMMky't AMto^N* ^ bw«r folM Mr tah 







KELLAM - EATON 

Insunrntt Qii^fgmy 

3111 PACIFIC AVi. ^ VIRGINIA BEACH 
42MU1 

MOM ntff4CKS Ainu RD. - CHTY HAU , 

(1)436-1400 



For Future ^ade 




A« pMt ttf tiM eity-wi^ baauUricatiM nrojact, cr«^ nyrtl* 
tr««* ar» pl«»t«4 on tk« frouada of Loarfoa Bitidg* Baptiat Cbwrck, 
(laft la rigM) Mrs, Fla«lww»4 McClanaa, itata banaa aad com- 
■iaaity baaatifkaliMi dMinaaai aad Mr*. Curtia Raid, praaiJaat 
•t tka Loiidaa BrMga Hmaat Daaaaaakralien Clab wbich apoaaoraJ 
tka traa ^atiaf , watch cbaalj aa Joka M. Pottar of Hema Garllaa 
Sa^ply Caaiar flaiakaa dM ji»b. (Staff Pkata bj PaJriek) 



Church LIstbiss GoBt^d. 



AIUCN4A BAPTIST CHUACH 

Naw MaatiMff In l^wif LmfaH 

Elavaatav]r tai i a rf 

N. C. CLIFTON. Paator 

9:45 ajtt. — Sunday Schoid 
11:00 n.in. — Morning Worahlp 
6:10 p.m. — Tmininf Union 
7;t0 p.m.—Erentnc WonMp 
7:S0 p.m.— W*d. ftiyer M*ctin|| 

1 o- 

CARROW BAPTIST CHURCH 

Ra<r# GARY B. -mOMPSON 

Mialalar 

9,'45 «.m. — Sunday School 
lUW fc-m.—Worrtlp Service 

6t45 pm,— ^Vetmr Service 

6:|0- |um.-^TrMnlnii Union 

••4) «.fn,>^«]ndiv School 
nort a.fn— Momit^ WonoMp 

1:30. p m — Fvinttlittfe S^^^ 



%A%j^ caukCR or cemm 

€f«Mls. Virtlnla B*aeh. Va. 
, W. T. Waavar. Miaiatar 
40:no •no^KJbl* Sehocrf 
4 1:00 •.m.n^oratni WmMb , 
ft MS' Yolitb ProTr«m 
7:30 pai.-^^reniai( Wonhiv 

CMKCH (NT CHRBT 

t4d0 Vttiswek Blvd.. 0«eMi«, V*. 

Ror M. WHm% Mlaktw 
10:0(f MqiJ^i^.BMe Study 
11:9 «.n.-4d(«^ Wo«Mp 
7:W p.Mw>~Ev«Blag Wti-tttp 



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KilNlVT 

aw- loth St 

9:30 •.».— Sun^ ^dioal 



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COMMUNTIY atAPBL 

Iji>.kin R4. Unk^ofn Hiw 
Rav. Ricbard Waadward, Patlav 

9:43 «.m. — Sundny Sdtoel 
11:00 a A. — Mwahii Wntdile 
l':3P 1.01.-— CMIdvMi'i Oburcli 

7:30 p4n, — Bv«|in| Survka 

LYNffH AVEN C'OtONT - 

UNITED CHURCH 

CCaafwVktiMMl Ckrialiaa) 

Rraat Naalt Rand wur Sbara |>r. 

Tka Rav. Tka. H. )BHl«*n, Miidktar 

9:45 am. — Cbareb School 

11:00 a.m.— Momtnt WonhiB 

Ts^o p.m. — Pll»trini F#llnw«hio 

Nu-ii"rv tor mmfW cWldran 

kJBUmAff €miftlAM 

cmmcii 

111 Lobouifi Avt.. Rdlamy Manor 
VbilAlft Bawfei. Vt. 
H«v. I. " " ' * ~ 

9:43 
IIHX) ajn^MoKMnt WM* 



(CMBNfriMMl dvlMlaii) 
Mertlap^ P»ab wfcn M aaor 

9:30 ajn.— CtWfth IciMMl 

10:30 a.m.— Wonbte 

Nunery ti m mtr^om 



ST. AIDAN'S 

EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

Kiaa 'a Grant Rd. A Edinknrfk Dr. 

Stady 341 •3?90>-Of flea 340.«4Bi 

Rav. L. J. Taylor, Jr., Viaar 
8 a.m. — Holy Oonatnnion 
10 a.m.— Pwnil^ ScnriM 
Holy ComBfioniMi lit « 8rd Snn. 
Morning Prnyar otbnr Sondaya 
uhurch School conctlrrent wKb 
Panfly Sarrke 



^^ ffOENDft MBEnZiO 

:r::::: ■ Kianictf; . ; ■"" " 

IjttUiiRd. 
9:43 am— SpMliy SdiDol 
11:00 a.m.—llMlliif for UmOai 



fr. MARK A.M.B. CHURCH 

_, ^ Ocean* _„ 

- 3ht. D. P. Pdtn^ 
9:30 a JO — Ikmtey Sobool 



tl;00 ajn.- 



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-WonMp 



Service 



DIAMOND SPHINCa 

tl^cMea of Christ 
6700 W. HadMi Read 

N«ar Uttle Oaek ^erry 
G. OmfM Sk 
•:4a a.tt..i^WonMp SfrvlKf 
9:43 a.m.— jtendiw Sdioal 
11:00 a.ffl. — Wof^ii^ Service 
6:30 p.ai.<^Yoiitii 



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Agricultural Agent 

■y E. R. 'DICK" COCKRELL, |^ 




GARDEN TMNSPLANTS : 

Transplanting of tomatoes, pepiiers, and eggplants is unjltfi; 
way in Virginia. ^ '-^.''.' 

Stems of toniato plants should be thick a.s a leafl |Wrici^|| 
eight inches tall, and have a gofxl deep green color. S^nd^- 
plants break easily ami become sunburned after setting in 
field. . , . 

If flowers are alr«a<ly pre'»ent, or if some fruit «re set, thfr> 
plants will not grow rai>idly when put in the field and overall yi^^ 
will be reduced. Removal of powers and any fruit present efi^^ 
nates early fruiting, hut will mcrease late yield. (You nwy ««^^^^ 
.set a few plants with fruit already set to try for a few early toiria- '' 
toes. ) 

When setting transplants. % your hole deep enough Wtfie 
soil level is just below the lower leaves. A cupful of water contain- 
ing starter solution should be poured around the roots, and if cut- 
vvornis are present, chlordane can l>e included with the starter solu- 
tion. You can niake starter solution by dissolving two tablespoons 
of 10-52-17 or 10-40-10 fertiliser in a gollon of water. 

, Newly set toniato plants are often attacked by flea beetles and 
potato bups. All transplants should be dusted or sprayed imtnediately 
after settuig to obtain maximum protection from these pests. 

Field setting of transplants should be done in the evening to 
obtain best results. Plants set <luring the heat of the day may survtye," ■ 
but do not become establishefl as rapidly as those set in the eveiV-*^ • 
ing — because of being expose<l several hours to ht^t, dry conditions 
before roots become established. »* *> 

Gardeners' are offered cucumbers, nmskmelon, and water- 
niekm transplants in peat moss jkUs. If grown correctly, these fAsMi 
produce early and heavy yields and are worth the cost of the ^antt. 
Most vine crojis should be two to three weeks old when translated. 

Care should be taken to use and store pesticides safely. Read 
the label, and follow directions for best results. ' •*■' 



"MOONLIGHTING' 
CENSUS TAI^EN 



VIRQINIA BEACH — In- 
fortnation on the extent to 
which workers in ^e United 
*-*|Hkates hoW more than one fob 
wHl be obtained in the Bureau 
oi the Census Curtint PopuU- 
^ tion Survey in May, ac^rfii|ig 
to Joseph R. Horvrood Director 
of the Bureau's regional office 
in Char^tc, N.C. 

Hie Census Bureau inter- 
viewer who will visit families 
tiiis area is Mrs. Audrey 
Haydeil^ 1 



Total InquirieT"^ 
Break Record 



lAYMDE CWBBt UN CHUiai 

(OnflSTMiifQfial) 

Shoraa DHv* Md OrawneO ^smi 

Barf I. PM^^MhMeir 

9:43 vm.— Worriilp SwijM 
9:43 a.m.— Sunday Schdi* 

>I4VI »m—Vl/nr^ip %ww«e» 



WYCLIFPE PRESBYTERIAN 

CHURCH 

ff nw Mnatinf At 

John Jl. Day Bi««fM4iiit 9«hnol 

X SU9t«i Main, KMIti# * 
Moralag WorAip— 10:00^ A^M. 
Chareh School— 11 :U A.M. 

CORNERSTONE BAPTIST 

(Conscrvaiive BaptiM) 
Rav. Pai^ar Yanm* ,- 
220 Red Tide Bod. 
Lynnhaven ColdAjr 
10:09 a.m. — Sntiday S^e»] 
11:00 B.m. — Mominf ^rviet 
7 m p.m. — ^v«ning S«rviea 
7:1|0 p.m. — W«dnesday 'Evening 
Services 



BROTHERHOOD FORMED 

VIRGINIA BEACH — For- 
matioQ of ^ LuUieran Brother- 
h(K)d "local bsafich at Emmanuel 
Lutheran church lias been an- 
nounced by Carl F. Granrud, 
chairman cl the board of d'uec- 
tors and chief executive' of Lu- 
theran Brotherhood, fraternal 
insurance society. 

Members from the church 
council have bwn '*"•"• tituited 
as the branch. Ofrc - are 
Wade J. Duke, Jr.. — i lent; 
F. K. Stone, vice president; Don- 
ald J. Beck, secretary and John 
M. Hands, treasurer. 

The Rev. A. Price is pastor 
of the church. 



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THe wtfiite iMiiidinfi |»«iow housos a new N.A3.A. 600-milfion 
etoctrcHi volt synchrocyclotron to simulate sf»ce /adiation ef- 
fBCts. Operatod t^ Virginia ^sociated Research Center, on 
Odntraet wtth N.A.S.A., it plays a big part in this joint project of 
the Unwersity of Virginia, College of William and Mary, and 
Vfrginia Poiytechnk: Instftute. Already, the new center is training 
gfiMuate students and attracting top scientific brain power to 
the shores of Hampton Roads. 
That* s Importeiit, if yours an technical industry. (And whc^e 



Isnt these days?) If yours Is also a portorlOnted Industry, asic 
VEPCO about deep water fronti^e and dltramodem cargo fe- 
cilltles in this well served port-industrial area-where you enjoy 
Southern production savings, too. Write, wire or phone. 

J. Randolph Perrow, Manager, Area Develpp- 
ment, Electric Building, Richmond, Virginia 23209 
Telephone: Milton 9-1411 Area Code 703 ' ' 

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VIROINfA BEACH — A 

record-htakiflg annual tcKal oC 
62,202 inquiries from pKMpec- 
tive travelers were {mx^NMH by. 
t])e 0»an Hiway Am^h^k^ 
during die fiscal year entfour 
April 30, 1965. 

The 1964-65 mail ccNiM 
more than double ^ finqiuxy 
vcdume for f96l-4J4, aceiMiBg 
to Roy A. &ev«}s. 
the non-prcrfft asKK: 
piomotes travel on ^ ^m^- 
south Ocean Hiway. 

The 62,20i2 inquiry m%\ Ob 
c!uded 39506 keyed rcspq^^.. 
traceable directly to specie ad- * 
verti^ments traced in ne^trape- 
pere and oUier media. The re- 
maining 22,696 inquiries re- 
sulted from news stories and 
misceHanefus promotion ^orts, 
including advertising respognn 
that could not be {NopoiiMed to 
specific ntedn. 

A Nelimin^ sw^y in^ 
throup ramten «— ••^tal*"* 

tacts of {»o8pective 
who wrote to Ac Ocean Hiway 
Aaoci^ion indk»te that a large 
percentage ci ttw inquirers actu- 
aMy traveled ^e Oceap Hiway 
during the 1964-65 season. A 
large number <A the inqwws 
since January 1 also repress 
prospects wlio plan to vacatiba 
during the summer and la^r ia 
1965. / 

• "The 62,202' mail count irf.*' 
eludes only the ^rvicing oi re- 
quests for map ft^ders wd other 
Ocean Hh¥av literature diat 
came from inflividuals", Stc^i^ii 
said. "Tit does not accxwnt kx 
hundrec^ (rf bulk literature r^ 
quests tfiat were serv«%d by ^ 
Association for a u < q^m o 4 1 1 e 
clubs, travel bureaus, and ott«r 
aeencies. Neither does k tncinle 
releases tO news media, mmm-* 
bsrship newsle<tters, or cones> 
pondence o^^er than answers to 
tourist inquiries." ; 

"The 1964-65 adveitiw^ 
and pTomoti<»! camnaim wis 
the mc$t succ^^l in the hts- 
torv o the 0«3n Hiway Asm)- 
dation". wxsordio^ to M. Bb}^ 
Alexander, diairaMn of ^e or- 
ganization's Advevttsing Com* . 
mittee. "While adwHNM«t fl^es < 
have cominuously ^Kre«wd 
through the v«as, tfw 0(^»n 
Hiwav adveitiang for 1964-65 
produced a kmer inquiry voex 
than in any pre^^us mmon dur- 
ing the pa^ 17 yews." 

iiSS HALL SELECTED 

BLAOCSMmC — «lsiAe«i 
HaU, a stiKleot at Fraric W. Owt 
Hiefa Schoci is am<Mig die i^th- 
cessful ap{riicante f<v Vx^inw 
Tech's six-week summer^ fliptte- 
matKs pr<^am Ux k^ sdioid 
studenU. 

field <tf nurthe^^M. 
and oompa^sn. It If 




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The MtdUg l^wl 

■y UICILI OARK 

. Virpnk B«di SUN Food Editor 




ITE WAY IS SAUD MONTH' 
TOSt A SAUUI 




--ffifSJ?J2ff2^i*°5i!f' *PP««tes are .parked Igr 
■™ *»S?!» <*N> ■ilaib. "nds western l<»berg lettuce mk 







•ii«* «— ^—^^"^ •fl"^ 1« « Freich favorite. Served 

512.TS. cne«»e and cnuty bread with fruit for dessert. 

Wjb^ for a famUy^le meal. The simple dresstaS 

» perfect f«- weiteni Icebei* lettuce.. The FYench 

flirituMTTiTrWi? !!^^ "^J '^* «wllc before putUng in 
««^^^^^^tue* and thai adding a Hght sprinkling of 
»M^xa|^ baves. Serve criso wKstem i<?rf»«r j»»tn™*fK- 



cri^ wifstem Iceberg lettuce the 




(M«l»i 6 servings) 
^«id westera ice- % teaspotm laJt 

dried tajnrafon 



i^sgoaa 



^W|«M to Iwii LiTstaid^ooe hoiff, ra- taefiTafro^'t^ 



or wnm te tran^arent 






SS^Hf ii^H? !r^: I'rfWgwate. Rub 
?^.?^J^^ ^^«!er. •rft.PeR^r. and 



4P1C^ KACH SALAD % cup viocf ar 
i tar^ j^ wtioje ^mc^ peaches i 2 tablespoons l»tter 



(draiaed) 
I ^1^ ItHMMi fetatia 
i cup hot watcT 
^Ijaup.^gcad) 

% ci4> fluts, fioely cbc^iped 

0^g^ pc^^m In tot t^ter; 
Mp^ffa^ jukae. Ut ootA. Mix 
opeim dieeM witii cream, teBioo 
ioK^ aiMl nuts. RNBOve seeds 
fisM.pM^et and Muff them 
vlfi d^»e mixtone; friace in 
iodivktoal molds. Fill o^s witfi 
V^^ OM uttM firm. 

GiM(i mUNTAIN SALAD 

2^;flmef^«ia 
! ^to %i^a^ water 
1"^ Iteti&rie juice , 
%*lWp omed nneappie 
"Wdacd) "^ 

1 ^t sour cream 
1 cMp nisiattire marshmaMows 
^'taup iQBraschino cherri^, cut 
% i^ m^, dhc^ped 
/^y elye ^htin in boiling 
•i^, AM pineappte Juice and 
e^. Add drained oMshed pine- 
i^^ and tour cr^m. Fold ia 
mMhoAaUiMv, chein^ and buts. 
€^ vmA firai. 

.mMI(MUU)irS SALAD 



2ja|p^ beMen 



Cwnbuie eggs, sugar and 
vin^ar and salt. Cook in dou- 
ble boiler until thick and smooth. 
8«nov« InMd lieat. Stir in butt^jr 
'and 5*t^^Dtei *:-_..-. - 
2 cups raidiattffe marshmallows 
2 caps seedless grapes 
2 cUf« pinea}^ chunks 

((faained) 

2 cups Mandarin oranges 
(drained) 

% cup chopped nuts 

y* cup maraschino dierries 

1 cup whipped c^im 

Mix fruks and nuts. Combine 
dressmg that has cooled with 
whi|^>ed cream, then add fraite 
^d nuts and Mend thoroug}i)f 
and gently. Let mnd in refrig- 
erat<»- for 24 htMvs before serv- 
ing. Do n<H fteea. 

SOUR iXUM SLAW 

3 cups grattii <iabb£^e 

1 teaspoon «ak 

V^ teaspoon pepper 

2 taMespootts mimxd onion 
2 eiWcspoont gratwl carrot 
1 cup «>ur cream 

% tamespoons granvl^d sugar 
% tablespoons vinegar 

Combine aM vegetables and 
Refrigerate i<n 2^3 hours. 
About 10 minutes betcn^ serving 
aombine sugar and vinegar with 
•our cream and add to slaw 
mixture. Its ready to serve. 



CivUiaiis Art 
Cited 8y Post 



FORT STORY — This past 
wMk at ^ ptst's NOD C^ 
Mess, more tluin IS civilwn em- 
ployees of Fort Stof> were pre- 
sented with various citati<NK for 
their outstanding performance of 
divty and longevity of serWce. 
Several also r^xived special 
awarcte. ^ 

PrcseiMing the awanb wm 
Mrs. Louise W. Clary, Fort 
Story's civflian employe's Di- 
recior, 

O^nel Jerome K^ Hostetler, 
Fort Story's PMt Commander, 
addressed the group before the 
prraentations, eking Ae work- 
ers for a job weil done and 
Mre^ing the importaiu% of their 
role in carrying oK the mis- 
SK>n of Fort Story. 

In the Command >faintain- 
anc^ Section, Mr. Fintolph 
Taylor received «n OutstatKttng 
Rating and ihe following indi- 
viduals were given certificates 
f<>r 20 years oi service: Mr. Wil- 
liam J. Carr, Jr., Mr. Woodrow 
Anderson, Mr. Meredith Jones 
and*- Mr. Fred filanken^ip. 

Members of the P<Kt Engmn 
eers received the Following 
awards: an Outetanding j^ating 
and 20 years service Certificate 
wgcot to Mr. EmeA Ranson; Mr. 
James Napier and Mr. Leoimrd 
C. Wbke were presented with 
20 year certificates, while the 
following received citations for 
10 years' serviw: Mr. Gecxge 
Buffalo, Mrs. Agnes PattenKm, 
and Mrs. DcM-othy Proctor. 

Commissary awards were as 
fotows: Mr, Herbert Wilson re- 
ceived a 3-ycar Safe Driver 
Award and Mr. Willbm Bailej! 
and Mr. James Spivey each re- 
ceived 10. years' service Certi- 
ficates. 

Mrs. Kate Jeanette of &it 
Transportation Office was fwiC' 
seated widi a 20 )«ars' service 
certificate, Mrs. Ethel W&Ilcm of 
Special Services received a 10 
year citation and two mrtnbers 
of the ^gnal Division^ Mi^. 
Frances D. Baines and Mr. Ma- 
vis Davis jadi received a 10 
yt%r cksrtto). 



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week. 

The native 
Floridian Ira s 
over 20 years 
experience i n 
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industry in the 
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partment desk, 

worked his way through sales 

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Nevins is married to the for- 
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Allyson and Jran William Jr., 
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^ice locking skin, however, can contribute ^feitly towards jwaking 
you look more attractive. Fifteen minutes every day de^ed to 
your skiii will add to your complexion feauty. You shottld re- 
member, thoi^h, that complexion beauty comes not only ftwh 
good care of the skin but also from correct eating,, the right amottttt 
"~ ' " of physical exercise and rest, from plenty of 

fresh air and sunshine and from a hap|^, con- 
tented frame of mind. I 

In order for your skiri to be teyely, you 
need to regularly clean, oil and protect it. Skin 
is Usually classified in four categories — dry, 
oily, combination and normal The different types 
of skin require different care. 

If you have dry skin you should wash your 
fac^ every nigltf with warm water, using a mild 
soap and clean cloth. Avoid using very i^ water. 
Pettibone ^^ ^'^^ ^^^^^ soaping, use your hands to work up 
a lather into your face and neck. Rinse this oiFf 
and ai^ly a second, scaping to ytuir face. At tlus time, scrub youi 
Tace with a dean cloth and then rinse the swond soaping' tjf Hril!f " 
your hands or a clean, cloth. Rinse your face for at least I/? a min- 
ute, letting. the water grow colder and coWer. Then dry your skin 
well. .After you have washed ydiir face, cover it with dry skin 
cream. Face cream removes dirt ;|nd make-up and it helps to soften 
the skin. Use a Iight» upward motion in applying the cream, since 
the mess^e you use Hflll help stimulate and tone your skin. 

If you have oily skin special care is needed to keep your skin 
fresh and feminine. Excess oil on the face looks dirty. Eiach night 
before bed scrub face with lukewarm water and a soap with 
astringent qualities. Work Uj^a lather, and then ritise with as cold 
water as you can stMid. Wash your face frequently and apply 
yoi\ should treat eaclj area separately. Use a soap lather on the 
fresh make-up every four hptirs. 

If you have combination skin, some dry anl some oily areas, 
oily areas several tiriira a day but only once daily on the dry ar»s. 
3ponge your entire face with warm water and rinse with splashes 
of cold water. ^ 

If you have normal skin you should use a creamy cleanser to 
float away make-up. Wash your face with a mild soap when get- 
ting up and going to bed. Then rinse and pat dry. 

If you combine pmper skin care with correct eating, physicsd 
exercise and rest, you can look forward to having a more beautiful 
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Rwwnt N. Cervttte et ux to 
HoiMt Curtis ThompKw et lix, 
kk 33, block B, dtat of (VeM 
Heek Estites §m. 6; tiix $33.eM). 

McNMle Coiporttion to Win- 
ttM S. Geun^ el ux, iot 3, 
^lock G, plat of Font O'Wootk 
tec. 1; tax $25.80. 

Jobn ftoaec Ciiffin ti, ux to 
HuTit B. C^p^ et ux, lot 184, 
pli^ <rf Lakeview Shores to:. B; 
tox $11.75. 

Oyde C. Abaalom ^ ux to 
Letlie M. Gilmore ct,Mx, lot 10, 
fkA €i Cdooy I^nnt; tax $39.75. 

Qark - ^i^itditll Corpc««ttoa 
to ClMries H. WalkN, Jr. ei ux, 
k^ 40, bkxk 4, plat of ^wocm 
Anne Plaj» sec. 14; tax y22.35. 

Coaine Realty GorponUlo»^ 
Ro^MuK^ Wbeman et ux, lo^ 
106, plat of LakeviHe Estate 
tee. 3; Mx $23.70. 

WiMiim E. Hart et ux to Don- 
dd N. BriiA, lot 4, ptart of I^m- 
C»8 Anne Bcmnigh; ^x $24.75. 

Jinmm pxcM^utikm Corp. 
to OnriQi S. Wilscm et vk, Jot 
21, plat of Arrowtiead sec. 5; 
tax $22.65. 

Herbert L. Bonney'i^ ux to 
MiMtroe E. Voder et ux, tots 6, 
7, plat of Virtittia Beach Lots, 
Incorporated; tax $22.50. 
. M. J. Hw^ins, Jr. ct ux to 
If Hi I. Phillips et ux, lot 5. block 
4, plat of Lake %ores tec. 3", 
tax $33.45. - ' 

PooidioMu Village, Inc. to 
WiHiam i.. Dearv et ux, lot 8, 
Mock 1, pl« of Pocabortw Vil- 
h$fi\ tax $24.45. 
* Pocahodtas Village, Inc. to 
Alvki C. Wicks et ux, lot 17, 
block 14, plat of Pocahontas 
V^kge; -tax $1965. ^^ 

Jack J. Onnond eT ut to 
Mkbael B. Lowe et ux, tots 30, 
32, block 45, ptat of 9uidow 
Lawn Heights; tax $27. 

Hubert J. Bissett it «S to 
Thomas rtetiry Boyes let ttX, lot 
12, btock F, pla* of Blichwood 



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MuUfl^el et lit. 
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ACKELS REAL ESTATE . 
1033 Lasjcin J?oad 
Phone 428-5525 

JIM ADAMS REAL# 
1764 Laskin Road 
Phone-428-3610 

ANCHOR REALTY 
30th & Pacific Ave. 
, Phone 428-7421 . 

'' cofmasmmH realty 

* 2242 Great Neck Road 
Phone 464-3534 

v^tXXyER REALTY 

.: ^.Laskir* Road 

Ph<^e 428-1330 



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DI^ICSON REALTY 
2^5 Pacific Ave. 
Phone 428-6501 

DUCK'S REAL ESTATE 
323 Laskin Road 
Phone 428-4882 

GOLOTHWAITE REALTY CO. 
242 FIRST COLONIAL ROAD 
PHONE 428- 6B68 

JARO REALTY CO. 
200 25th Stre^ 
Phone 428-6666 

KEL^ REAL ESTATIE 
2706 PaciftcAye. 
Phone 426-7041 




DAVE MILLER REALTY 
1825 Vi^fiia Beadi Blvd. 
Phone 4284822 

SEAY REAL ESTATE 
2^2 Great Neck 4bad 
Phone 340-8444 

AAARGARET P. TOMPKINS 
AAayftower Apartments 
Phone 428-7721 

WAINWRIGHT REALTY 
3K^ Atlantic Ave. 
Flione 428-2515 

\kilTEHURST REALTY 
laskin & HIIHop Roods 
Ph^o 428^886 



COURAIN REALTY . KNIGHT REALTY 

228 Virginia Beach Blvfl." 3320 Virginia Beach BoulevlHal 

Phone-428-6000 Phbnie 340489^ 

LANGhBi^E INSURANCE AG^Y LARASAW REAlTy CORP 

2«)6 Pkific Ave. 25th.» f^tPIC AVE. 

Phone 4»4^1 PHONE 428^1 lb 



J. a. WITH^ & CO. 
A It P ^io|9ping Center 
rtione 428-1641 



Q^. to, fAxt- 

ahal Q,,)flkipi i ^ tot 23, 
blo^ If, im K.rl>MMoke 
Maibr 1^ . ^. 

MaiWr «c. 4; ili 

Armon Realty Corp. to Eari 
Masion P^jh et ux, kk 16, 
block 36, {^ of P^bnAe Man- 
or sec. 4; t»k $30^. 

Henry Ji. tamtt it lix to 
GfCgorrRfctlw ie»4JiW«lt». lot 
111, ptot of Westmoreland Es- 
tates sec. 1; ux $20.25. 

Hem7-Iivaon-Tucker Reaky 
Corp. to Byrd F. Deadrick, Jr. 
et ux, tot 170, DM of Garden- 
wood Park; ^x $24.75. 

BoMy <to la Cruz et ^x to 
Dewey Neely Huntley, tot 14, 
btock 21, plat of Diamond 
Spring Homes; tax |l8.S0. 

W. Wide Bn^«^li et ux tb 
Raymtrnd Eriloaoa et ux, lot 1, 
btoqk 7, plat of Arrow4iead sec. 
I; tix $12.|0. 

detaid Dee, ScAttHer et ux to 
Mary Lester Ooo&by, tot 125, 
plat of Oaitbnwbbd Part; tax 
$24.15. 

Ajdiful L. Ramcy et ux to Qifl 
H. Oeitach A ux, lot 8, block 
13, pkrt of Arhywiwad sec. 4; 
tax $27. .i ,.. ., 

Bell Cc^ptxvdon to Hoimer M. 
Adams el ux, tot 43, btock O, 
plat of B)tal 0'Wot)ds lec l; 
tax $28.65. 

Frank Hwboe et ux to James 




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Marf lik-^» l^^-liiWiii, 
stayu^n-ihe - ^1 irfM^cAnk 
that can ctit dot the br^- 
($9virns that cut into harv«t 
time. Won't jdi" t>ut, leak 
out, dry out. Riesists water, 

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mad^inery frthi ^astWf 
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ux $34.55. , 

Jsck H. , J^Wet et i* tb 
ViomA» E Hrtfcy, Wtt.44, 45, 
btock 100, iMt of Likewbod; 

wood; tax $30.75. 

Bessie Miy Lilie to WeUiog- 
too Woods, Inc., 53.571 acres, 
m of LyttM^aVte Bblbugll; djt 

Gd^StdhR)Niy(^toCllodl 
E. Dorris et ux, tot 6, btock $, 
ptot of like SittMi tkmt sec. 
10; tax $35.55. 

W. J. Driver M al |^ DdiMkl 
E. Mlsner et ui(, Hat 167, pli» df 
MAIreu se£. 1; tsx $18. 

W. J. Driv^-, et aj to WaRw- 
R. Swann, tot 16. btoCk 30, |^t 
<rf Princess Anne Phoa sec. 4; 
tix iZI.BO. J 

^ I^Wn Roy ftUien ek ux lb 
k. IC^ truW I* \ijt, tot 30. 
block 13, plst id Arroi^liead sec. 



4; MA mM 

SMMaid 
John W. Oite, 




btock 14, plat of PrtiKan i^ne 
F^lazJI iec. 1: ^ $2l55. 

F%rdin^ Pllbr SdUM h 
mOuttttee 

, Fer^)ee's, Inc. to Gtoaie 
Poime Corporation, Pardeb A A. 

B. plat ci Wbdior Woods ^ 
2 A 3; tax $^157 

Cfyda Dtiton Hnvktaa at H 
to AiSfaar Lee Dilbm<» et^^ 
tot l^ btock 5, ,ptot of ^- 
goila VUWifB lec. 5; Sax $ISrJo. 

Petfr B. Bi^ it mib tmm 

C. Rivtttbarit et Ox, tot 32 itt) 
F!ttcel A. pliM bt KMttplvMl 
MJmdr IK. 2; six $31.30. 



ClHHies F. iJk^ (^ 2602 uanic 
Ave. U a gn<^se of t)^ De- 
feme L<:^ffi» InMhtob» Devil 
<^ent Orarse ci tito U.S. Ar- 
nty LMisttos MiAtigeiiiatt IDeu- 
t« it Fort Lee, Vi. 

Lay Is i CiMilii mtA the 
^386th U}^ti0|i Command in 

die U.S. Arn^y Ritcrve. 

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. Staff s&tmA mimmM 

in, sob o!^. iSlftk^m 
mm»iA 3k., 4m Wektou Dr., 
««s leeiiit^ iniieattd ttii Air 
Force Conunendaticm M6d|l tix 
meritorious ^iiqiIe, 41, ,e^Bi^m- 
ies at die USAJF Htfiliry iNr 
fOnnel Gntir. RMdkiMi>tM^ 

TexM, wh^ tie is trngni. 

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t^tef Avtitton Stntoti^ ^- 
chfni^: W*'yne D. a«; Iw, 
soit of Mrs. Gonkm Oox of 488 
Baldwin Stii^ is iervini at ^e 
Oceana Naval Air HitfM 

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Airmiii Melvin L. A. HpM. 
|oa of Mr. Ahd Mts. Sh^ptJird 
A. )|mei Sr. tof W> G«y Ave. 
in selected for tefchnlcal 
lui to sir policeman it 
rXPb, Texas. 

Mrs. Noel ianglcy of Rt. 1, has 1 





idostod tnm &m wSaA- 

coiirse for U.S. J^ 

niistntive spicHdM 

APIS, Tex. 

• • • • 

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whoie wile, Ann^ Uves 1^ ^ ' 
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m^ Oa.| nmyt$ Ac 
mM March 18 ivlde 
U.S. Army Suf^rt 
VieHia^ 

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KiA t^ Mrs. MarttnA M^HIiBBy. 

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Roy A. Wilker <rf 1508 Mid. 
Ave., is seryiag wWi tfte raw- 
Marine BrisMie, which re^y 
Apartod its bone base in lil- 
w^li foritoty in Ae Far Ea«.* 

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yiK^NIA ilACH SUN, Thufwjay, AAay 20, 1965 




PratMm* A. 



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VttDffnA BEACH — The 
<% ftt^ed hodt Frkby to a t<^ 
Hew Yofk n^ pwsonriity 
lAo «yi otol the virtues of 
^q^ la dMy ipot wmwrnce- 
MoMs over • I3-w^ period. 

WMCA Disc Jockey Joe 
O'ttrtea «nd his wife, Margaret, 
ttok « tour of Visginw beach, 
ad'otfio- Tidewater areas, so 
#M hfe mwld have a more <xm- 
plete |ri(^re <rf Ae word de- 
sci^litioitt 4k «^ give ov^ the 

Ifo ^ WM hosted by Iftmes 
Bkms ra, •dvcr&ii^ and pub- 
He uJKioBi Erector (cv Ae \1r- 
fiwL p»etiBeitf «( Cooserva- 
tioB i De vcio p m ei it , aad fte 
Oty dt Vtt^Ui Beach. 

T^ 0*Bri@M were met lA the 
aAlXMi^ I^fchiy by Nfr. and Mbi. 
jfaf^eSf nvrs. i-<aurv iMSmB^^H 
te "city's }icw% Bureao, and 
CSMabm of C3(niiBece I¥esi<f 
4ei^ A. B. Cpcws. 

iW pmpilbA vmtsd tiie 
fiioffctt B<Maii^ Gardens then 
toek a iptdMBy arra^red jatint 
cm to lm Em island <m the 
Gtmm^ Bay ^^gt-Timtd. 

tttea- wstt M(^ w» at Cue 
l ^Hy latere tig^ viewed tt« 
JlH|KUUi IQMM^ «u1di^ tfie 
^of Ae am laiKKDg by Hml- 
fiiMa^as, ttd the ddest gov- 
uAcn t b^i^ftoiue. 

$Jllm dbaddi^ ia at die 
Moler iJ^dm* die 



O'Briens motored down Atfan- 
tic Avenue, through various resi- 
dential ar^s and made stops at 
the Norwegian Lady Statue and 
the Alan B. Shepard Civic Cen- 
ter. 
TTicy were entertained Fnday 



nig^t at die Bay Harbour Qub. 
O'Brien wttl turn Ae spot- 
light on Viigkiia with 60 seocMid 
sp(H announcements duiteg his 
4-hour morning ihow over 
WMCA, five days a week tor 
13 weeks. ' " 



LimE THEATRE PIAHS 
AMBITIOUS NEW SEASON 



VIRGIfilA BEACH — Am- 
bitious plans for Ac 1965-^ 
seas<Hi were unveiled at dM an- 
imal nwrnbership meeting of 
the Vtfginia Beach Little Thea- 
ttt hekTlast Sunday evening at 
Ae GMvtyitfdPlayhouM. 



Hje'^ayhouse, for the first 
time in its history, will open Ae 
senon in October wiA a Bro«i- 
wtty nrasicri, "Stop the World, 
I Waijt to Get Off." The pro- 
duc^(m ^1 play for twdve pear- 
f^mucoi 90 four wedcenis in 
Oi^ober. ^ 

The lottr iwntining shows 
will |riay for five performance 
cm t^ weefonds and have b^n 
sdiedukd m Mtows: "f^kfd 
Night, Loady Ni^t"— Dec. 3, 
4. 5, 10. 11; "N&t of Ae Ig- 
utna^-^eb., 4, IT 6, 11, 12; 
'Xife WiA 'paAer— Artrfl 15, 



Starts Today At Bayne 




Waikw CSIvr, *Ml4dM«4 m Earop«'« .litek Lcboiob. titilUt** 
Mlpto Li«iti* Rmm« m two 'laJtM** of taay *irt«« look on in 
AliMt Z««saifA'«,'<Paaay WUt MmMin of k W««m of PloMurc" 
wWdi IS coiBi«t i* Am %mr»m AmtArm steHiBC t«4ay. 



16, 17, 22, 23; and "See How 
They Run"— June 3, 4, f, 10, 
and 11. T 

The Hieatre wiH <x»tinue to 
use the tdents of guest directors. 
Selected for Ae new seascm are 
I^enny Martin wiA BW BoyH, 
Liz Sills, Angda Walker, BiU 
Britto^ fsA Ch\ Oii Li^ly. 

A iview of Ae progress of 
the past two years in Ae Little 
nwatre's new location was given 
by Anne Henry, memb^r^ip 
Airman. ^ 

The following evening, Mon- 
day, Ae new board <rf dir«;tors 
dected Ae officera lor Ae new 
sfason to be Qiarles Warburton, 
f^sident; Anne Henry, vice 
{H-esidem; Chi Chi Livdy, cor- 
responding STOjetary; Stfiirley 
jpentress, rero^ing secretary; 
ttid Herbert Handl, treasurer. 

Serving on the Board for Ae 
Qoming year in addition to the 
officers are past president ' Bill 
Britton, Sam Hakim, Tom Par- 
ker, Foy ai4w, John Hafling, 
Maynard Allen, Neal Thomas, 
Ruth Drew, Bob Fumiss, An- 
gela Walker, Penny Martin, 
Anne Penington, and Gwen 
Kiser. 

A city-wide , telephone cam- 
{ffiign to solkit season aiKl pa- 
^n^^ubscriptions wHl be held 
oif^May 24 and 25. A Reason 
>fw;ket for the five performances 
will be $9.00; a pair of patron's 
tickets will be $25.00. These 
may be purchased through P. O. 
Box 1053, or at HoAeim?rs on 
Laskin Road. 



MEW PASTOR 

KEMPSVILLE — FaAer 
Flavian Yelinko became |»stor 
of St. Gregory Ae Great Catho- 
lic Church Tuesday. He former- 
ly was pastor of Queen of Ae 
World Church in St. M&rys. 



ISEASfDE nUM 
OPENS FRIDAY 



VIRGINTA BEACH — Sea- 
side Amusement Park will 
throw <M>en its gat^ cm Friday, 
for its 62nd consecutive se«a<Mi. 
One 'of the SouA% okM «»- 
si<k amqsement ^«rks, it wiM 
present a face whidi, while not 
entirely new, has been upliftwl 
for 1965. 

For one Aing, the Imflroom 
and the bathhouse wHI have sep- 
arate entrances (in the past one 
combined gateway has admitted 
both the dev(^Ms ol terpsichcwe 
and Neptwe). The , ballroom 
will accommodate more dan^rs 
Aan ever before. The dancing 
space has been do«H}led in size, 
and there m m^ room for 
spectators. ) 

The ride a^ea has un^rgcHie 
some attractive im|Kov^ents; 
two of the le»er kiddie rides 
have been elimimted in lavor of 
a new whip ride ios bcMh chil- 
dren and adul^. wiA eight cars 
and a capacity of 16 persons 
per ride. 

When the park qjens Friday, 
it will be on a full-scale Irasis, 
with bathhouse, bafllroom, rk)^, 
amusement and refreshment 
concessions tM open, and an- 
other big schedule of free acts 
soon to be announced. 

It also will be under Ae direc- 
tion of an experienced staff of 
veterans. Miss Eleanor Duquet, 
general manager, is beginning 
her 23d year atl Seaside Park 
and Herbert GaHop, ^neral su- 
perintendent and ride foreman, 
also boasts a tenure of similar 
length. Herbert Wulf, superui- 
ten^nt of restaurants, refresh- 
ment stands and the baHnoom 
and baAhouie, has been wiA 
Ae compute for a ftonbiff of 
years. " ' ---••"—"— ™™- 

There Is no admftsion diarge 
to Setsifk Amusement Park. 




Princota Winifr^ (Vicki Bartaal^k) triM t« ff«t comfortiiUo 
to, sloop OB Iko twonty iiiattro**o| «M4*r wkH^ Q«ooa Agrovcio 
(KhrioBao AaJortoa) luw plaeod a poo. Tk«y ^y loading p«rt« 
in_ tko Cox kigk ackool rUy "Oaco llpoa ■ MdtroM" being pro> 
MBto4 Fridajr' aad Saliirdajr aigkU ia Iko a^ool aaditoriun. 

(«t^f ]^to by Padrick) 

BROADWAY MUSICAt 
AT COX HIGH SCHOOL 




Ad Club Pres. 



NORFOLK - NEWPORT 
NEWS — At* luncheon meet- 
ing held at Ae Monticello Ho- 
tel in Norfolk today, the Ad- 
vertising Club of Norfolk re- 
elected James W. Evans as 
President of the oiganizatioh, 
the first time in the history of 
Ae Advertising Oab Aat a 
president has been asked to 
serve two terms. 



GREAT NECK — This Fri- 
day and Saturday night k 8 pm. 
in 'the Frank W. Cox High 
School Auditorium the BitiMl- 
way musical "Once Upon A 
Mattress" will be presented by 
Ae , combined • tilent' from the 
drama and musfc departments. 
This modem interpretation of 
the age <AA laity tale of the 
"Princess and Ae Pea" includes 
huhso^ws sat^ on ctmtiiwiKr- 
ary society. ^?fc Ki '; .;' 

IJw scene if iiaid ja ii me- 
die^ml countrj{"4tucid iy a talka- 
tive queen antt!a mute ki^ig. 
Marianne Anderson : plays tiw 
amifsing jole^^ Qu^ Agra- 
vaine, a donriileQrhig wife and 
moAer. Mike Rasnick is well 
oe|t in Ae comic role of Ae 
rftute King Sextimus the Silent. 
Vicki Bartusiak pla^ Ae lead 
rt^e of Princess Wiaifired "the 
WcMbegone" who tra^^ to the 
castie to sue for the hand <A 
Prince Dauntless Ae Drab. Rik 
Sullivan portrays> the prince 
who is shielded by hb moAer. 

To complicate nntters, Ae 
lovers, Lady Larken and Sir 
Harry, have problee|S keeping 
Aeir marriage a secret, TTje lov- 
ers,' Jackie Miite and ' Fred 
Behning, arc^ded by the Min- 
ftrei and AfJ ester. Hugh Wil- 
liams displays hissbging and 



"MilSQUEAADE" SPY 
THRILLER KJ PRINdISS 



"A fast-moving spy thrills 
with hilarious comic overtones" 
is the way Victor Canning's 
novel "Castle Minerva" is de- 
scribed, and when the > cele- 
brated team cf Michael Rel{^ 
and Basil Dsarden set about to 
mrfke Ae movie version of it, 
allied "Masquerade," Aey kept 
those same enjoying qualities fai 
the film. 

"Masquerade" co-stars Cliff 
Robertson, Jack Hawkins and 



tHi fiZaj FAMILY 



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PUGGY 



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Ae lovely Marisa Mell. It is in 
Eastmancolor and playing now 
at Ae Princess Theatre. Pro- 
duced by Relph and directed by 
Basil Dearden, it's a United Ar- 
tists release taid also stars 
Michel Piecoli'and Bill Fraser. 

Tjhe script, prepared by Rdph 
and WHliam Goldman from Ae 
Canning original, called for a 
breaAlessly b^utiful SpaniA 
backgpround reiflete with old 
castles and oAer adjuncts of the 
deep^ ibot eiedrically charged 
SpaniA Meditenanean. 

For this, Rd|^ and Dearden 
took Aeir company to the gor- 
geous heights overlooking Ae 
city of Alicante which has been 
dumbering peacefully in the sun 
ever since the last excitement 
which took place near it, which 
was an invj^on l^y Napoleon. 

"Masquerade" tells a tale of 
international intrigue which in- 
volves a kidnaped prince, an al- 
luring French girl and a three-v 
tiag circus. 

The job of kidnapping Ae 
prince faHs to an Asierican 
to4dier-<tf-fortune played by Cliff 
Robertson, most recently s^n 
in United Artists' "633 Squad- 
rwi" and "The Best Man.'' 

The Aree-ring circus is a 
rather rundown group, Ae star 
oi whid) is the gorgeous bare- 
back rider 'played by Vienna's 
sparkling Marisa Mell. Miss 
Mdl was particularly well 
adapted for the role because she 
is, in fact, a noted horsewoman. 

The young Amb wince in 
"Masquerade" whose kidnapping 
leads to the high jinx in the pic- 
ture, is portrayed by En^and's 
Cbriftopher Witty, a lourteen- 
year-old who is dready a^ veteran 
of nine years in pictures. 



(fencing talmt in the role <rf the 
Jester. The Minstrel, Steve 
Holmes, is a main participant 
in Ae tale as wdl as the narra- 
tor of Ae ptey. Bob Quesenbury, 
the Wizard, resembles the famed 
Merlin of the Arthurian legends 
and is the right bnuuk man ^ the 
Queeiu -,. . :>^ > : . l b $^,_i^^ ,^^4s-^ 

OAer members of the cast in- 
clude I>on Kbrte, Frank Owens, 
Ken Jessup, Bob R<»s, Oiris 
Hawkins, and John Bleilock as 
the Kni^ts. The Ladies in 
Waiting are MarAa Korte, Cin-. 
dy Cave, Lorraine DifOe, Oieryl 
Babe^ Jane Smith, Lourie Sraythe 
aiid Vickie Day, ThefJ accompan- 
ists are Dawn Q^ and Jane 
Upson. 4 . -^ 

The tickets are one dollar ac- 
cording to Mr. James Garrett, 
Ae Arector,^jand Mr. William 
BoyU, the musical direcbr, and 
can be obtained in advance by 
calling the main office at Frank 
W. Cox Hi^ Sehool or at the 
<toor on Ae nights of perform- 
ances. 



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f ARISA MEUySffS^MASQUERADE' 

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EASTMANCOLOR UMTBO ARTISTS 
KUddie Time Sat. 9:15 am Onl] 

"THE HOUND OF 
THE BASKERVILLES" 

IN jCOLOR 

Alio Cartoon* 

"Lo«t Planet No. 8" 



Start* Wed., Mar 26 






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ON THE OCEAN FRONT^ J 
31st Str««l ft Atlantic Avffiu*-Virginia B*acli 
- RIDES OPEN DJOIY AT 6 P.M. - 
SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS AT 12 NOON 



OPENS FORTHE SEASON 
n>MORROW AT 6 P.M. 



.....^-. PEATUMN6 FOR 1965 - 
• 17 BtelTINO 
RIDES ... FOR 

Adult! A Qiildi-aB 



• JAM SESSIONS EVERY 
fAT. ^SUN. FROM 11 hSk. 



• FREE CIRCUS 

Aas 

• DANCING 
NIGHTLY 

in our ealarged 
Ballroom 

4 FREE PICNIC 
AREA 



OCEAN SWIMMING 

• BATH HOUSE AND 
RiFRESHMENT STANDS 

(»>EN DAILY AT 9 A.M. 

• 900 CAR PARKING LOT 
9 wen GIANT "WHIP' RIDE 



FREE CIRCUS ACT ON OUTXMX>R STAGE 

'CANDY THE CLOWN" . . . SUN. 2:30 P JA. 

FUN— PARTY GAMES— PRIZES 



150- ATTRAaiONS-SOj 



Virginia Beach Theatres 

BEACH-BAYNE 



25th&Aflcutfic 

TODAY, FRI. &. SAT. 
MAY 20-22 



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Features: 2 4 6 8 & iO 



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WED. THURS. FRI. SAT. 
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TODAY, FRIDAY & SAT^ 
MAY 20-22 




rsarures: 2, A, 6, 8, 10 



SUN. MON. TUES. 
MAY 23-25 



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)UL!E ANDREWS 
MEiyVN DOUfiLAS Q^ 



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Ftetuwe 2, 4, h, %, 10 

WED., THI^ FBI.. SAT. 
May 26-29 

'^Ust World of Siikr 

and 

"Wv of Tke Zoabias" 



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ptMkatiion )ie»o(, ant do 
may be necenaiy to {xdHM 
intere^ in this suit 

A cm^— 

JOHN V 

J. QoA -_ 
BR\TOifeS4 

1369 LMte Road 
Vii^ua BokA, Vii^n» 

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Viifinia 






INTER to SIMlE-SUY iHiAllil 




LirhJs CtefiK — "Enter 
■^ Dei^rt to Serve" b 
^ra^ 'ab(M^ this 
Amphibious Base at 
Va. A new (riicase. 
;in| the km^mA one 
m carrenuy betim 
the U.S. >^aval Am^ 
St^ool (m die base. 
$myp — Scay to 
Learfi."This phrase apfrfies to 
the pi^utetit doty officen vtio 
ent^ tiie ichool to serve and at 
fiiejpe ()me are taking part ill 
a ^X'eek^' «>in|handii% offi- 
cenf. corifnence ii&Id at tiie 

'fb ' U. deLeaureal, 

img officer of the 

I originated the <XHifeT> 

iad^flgaBfl .4ie achool 

m nvtt^ rtaU^ the pvr- 

_ the i»ur teng contts- 

enci 

ma 

is oUl^cTe^ (o Che m:ipinils/M 
thj^pcrtaiiB to «e- m»ssi<Mi of 
Aei3thool, amphibious opera- 






w4^ Better 
mc nuur »iik www- and Andrew I. Hei^i^, Nor 
That is.'j-Th© t^3|ei6tft«^g«it frf^ic federal Bur- 

The iatest speaker to a&iress 
the schod's officers was Josefsh 
Sweeney, I>ep4tftmeiH of State 
Representative to the • Armed 
Forces Staff CoU^e. Sweeney 
t^ed OT "The R<^ of the Foir- 
e^ Service io Ac Making of 
Ameriean Foreign Policy". 



the arrae^ foras of the 

The nttiterial will be 

, timely, controversial and 

ng". ;; 

seven departmeirts at 

six actually peitioi* 

K^atioBal basis in ar- 

^xakera fw- the confer- 

Krs are dtosen from die 
^er HKttfiiry aotivttles 
' l^odzatitHis. 
c<^« of the coirfer- 
ence are to stimulate aiKi im- 
prove iqt«#Bpaitmi^al refai- 
tioi^, rafa« moral. |»est'^e ami 
the Mevil Af perf<«tiwiice at the 

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AONROE, La. — Waker 
Eai^ is'tn^^ the art students 
of jNorthdkst ^ loUiMaia State 
Co^j lepreseoted^in tiie an- 
nual sfkmg show <rf studem Ml 
wo^ which went on cxhU>it last 

^-S^&ibit iill be. hold 
thrqfag^ m^ 22. 

•^tl^AL NOTICES 



ichool. 

Since the 00Qfer«»e began in 
ScptCOTibcr 1964, soflM of the 
guest $peaken h«w been: Nor- 
man C. Wifcox, Paul O. Hu«<*- 
piel and R.iC.T, Luu^ «4io 
spoke on "CivilBin-Navy Rela- 
tions," E. A. Jamison, Political 
Adviaor to SACIANT; James 
Stttrt^U, As^^ant Agem in 
Qiarge, Federal Biweau of In- 
vestigation, NorlWk, Va.; Okp- 
tain D. J. Ptp|fle, USN, Fifth 
Naval District Li^l <^icer; 
Major R. E. M«ck, USA, Intel- 
t^nce-ConfinjiAfea^om D«mrt- 
fient, U.S. Naval Anif*i8ious 
Sdiool; Q6mm W Turner, 
Ju^nile ProbWfoh Officer, Vir- 
^^a Beach, ¥(.; Qiarles A 
Maiftak, MangBr of the TWe- 

Bureau; 



NOItCE CNT S4te 

NiMice it ho^eoy given Aat 
at 10.00 aJn. on June 3. 1963. 
at Brooks^OTt^ Mtrtor Co., 
Inc., locAt^ at SCO Vtrgmia 
Beach Blvd., Vhginia Beadi, 
we snail ofter lor s^ M {MbUc 
auction one 19S6 88 OMuoo- 
oue, M^^ic9ti(m No. 567W20- 
S9, wlA aocesacwies, wMch au- 
tomobih: was purchase by Os- 
car H. Amos by conditkiml 
sal» ocMitiw:t Terms: cash at 
time of sate. The Vendor re- 
serve tlK r^ to bid. 

BROOliS-SHORTER 

MOTOR CO., INC. 
Drewry & Evans, Att(^neys 

5-20-lT 

COMMONWEALTH 

W/nHGINIA 

ta the Cki^ bffice el id 

OmM Ceart «l iw Oty ^ VIp. 

|Mi Betid^ y^ ^ Ihe t4«li 

abfi;ft% PUBLICATION 

DBtORES IRENE OWENS 
NETTLES, Plain«ff 

>g«in»t 
luU^fES ALLEN NETTLES, 

Defendant 

TIk object ci this suit is to 
dtein separate mamlaiiance 
hum said defendant, upon the 
grmmds of treatment tantamount 
to desertion. . ^.^ 

And an alfldavit having been 
rnndt and filed that the defend- 
ant is a rK)n-resid«it of the &ate 
dC Virginia, the last known post 
crfftce address being: James Al- 
len Nettles, Brunswick, Geoigia., 
it is (»d«ed that he do af^eer 
here within Ten (10) Days aAa 
due publicatbn hereof, and do 
what ma^ be necessary to {MX>- 
tect h» mter^t in this suit. 
^Acopy— T«te: 

JOHN V. FENIRESS, Qert 

J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy Q^k 
BRYDGES & BROYliS, 

Attys., p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Vi^inia Beach, Vir^nia 

5-10-4T 



CQHMONWEALIV 

, ofr tmcmiA 

b 4e OeAh OOce lie 

«f Ike C% (^ 

pM the TMlh 

PUBUCATICMH 
LEAH RAE SMtLEY MHi^ 
Pktetifl, 

MUMt 

WILLIAM HARRY MiLLER, 

TIm kA^ o( (hi$ suK fa to 
ob^n a <h^K>rc« a thensa et timvo 
to be hiter merged iirto a <Bvmm 
a vinculo matrhnoni from ^ de- 
f eiKfefit, upon the pounds ,of ocm- 
^rikive desertion u of November 
6tfi, 1964. 

And an alfubvit haviik b^n 
in^e and filed that the d^e^ 
ant is not a resident of die S^e 
of Virginia, die l^t known post 
office address being: VP23, U.S. 
htaval Air Sta>tbn, BmmwicK, 
Maime, in is ordered that he do 
appear here within Ten (10) 
Days after due publication herecrf, 
and do what may be necessary to 
prot«3t his inter^t in diis suit 

A copy— T«te: 

JOHN V. FH^TTRESS, Qerk 

by: J. Curtis Fnrit, 
Deputy Qerk. 
Hue, Fine, L^um, Sdiwan A 

Pine p.q. 

720 Law BuMding 
Nmlolk, Vi^lbta 

5-13-4T 



VIRGtNWk ftEACH SUN, Thyrsdey, May 20, 1965 




428-2401 FC^ IMMEDIATE ^A^HION 



• ucMNoncd 



j^ copy ' T^te: 
JOHN V. FfiNTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. Ckc^ Frtit O.C. 
BRlfDGES ft l^OYLES p.q. 
13e9 Ladda Rbad 
Vkj^ Beech, Vti^ia 

5-6-4T 



k\ Halp Wan t a a Mal e 



Neednl — 3 men immediately for 
manafer trainee program. 
Must be attentive uid career 
minded. CaU 428-9142. 

11-19-tfn 



m Help Wen 



# U»ALri|7fllCIS 



COROmNWEALTH . 
OF VIRGINU 

la «e Cleric's Office of tf» 
Cbetk Com of the Ofy (Of 
ViigMa Bcich, Va^ «i Ibe 13di 
dw «f Ma*, IHS, 
ORDER OF PUBUCAtlCM^ 
SUZANNE S. TARR, Plaintiff, 

against 
JAMES BBRHY TAlUl, 

Defendant. 

The object <rf this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vlacuki matri- 
moni on the grounds of 6eKt- 
tioo. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed ^t ttie defend- 
am is a min-res^ht of the State 
of Virginia, the last kifown post 
office address bekg: James. Ber- 
ry Tarr, AF13631740, 66 Civil 
Engineers, P.O. Box 2, APO 
09017, New York, N.y., it is 
ocdered that he do appear here 



COMMONWEALIH 
OF VIRGtNU 

to lilt Ckfli*s Office of the 
dradt Coiut of the aty of Vii^ 
gWa Beach, Va^ oa the 14di 
day of May, 1965. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
HaEN LITTLE OONNELL, 

Plainttff, 
«^in^ 
ROBERT EUGENE OONNELL 

Defendant 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a final divorce a vinculo 
matrimoni upon the grounds of 
treatment tantamount to deser- 

tt<Hl. 

And an ^idavit having been 
made and filed diat the defend- 
ant is a non-raidoit of die &ate 
<rf Virginia, the last known post 
fMce address being. Robert Eu- 
gene Connell, Rt 2 Stairfield, 
North Carolina, it is or<ter«i 
that he do appear here within 
Ten (10) Days after due publi- 
cation hereof, and do what may 
be n«:essary to protect his in- 
terest in diis suit. 

A copy — ^Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy Clerk. 
BRYDGES & BROYLES, 

Attys., p.q. 



NdtlCfc 

VMalt! 

Tile regtilar meeting of Ae 
Council of the C«y of Vkginto 
B«K^ wiH be held in the Oicuit 
Coqirt on Monday, May 24 
1965 at 10 a.m. at which time 
persons wffl be heard for and 
against die foMowing proposed 
dianges of zonii^ use {wrmite, 
etc.: 

L AppHcMton of Jacob H. 
Brody by KeHam and KeMam, 
Attorneys, lor a diange of zon- 
ing from ResicMce Suburban 
Di^kn 3 (<R4 3) to MuWi^e- 
FamMy Readence District (R-M) 
of <«rtaini property fronting 
1127.21 feet on die West side 
of Baker Road, befinnii^ at a 

eaint 1897.72 feet South of 
urma Road. Havii^ a depth of 
2634.01 feet alon^ the Northern 
property line, a width of 715.60 
feet dong die Western property 
Ime, and a depth ct 2443.30 feet 
aloi^ the Southern pro^rty line. 
Containing 56.220 acaes. Bay 
side Borough. 
J<*n V. Fentress, Oty Clerk 
By: Margaret M. Hood, 
Deputy City Oerk 

5-13-2T 



«• turn imce ol the 
Ontfill Ceart el VInWi B«wh, 
•alteldlh^i^ef Apii, IHS. 
JOHN C. POSTELL and 
EDWIN C. KELLAM, 
Co-AdminiMiM(n« of die Estate 
of John CttaniuiBun Postell, Jr. 
ftHefenAUredFosteU, 

Oom^inaMs 
vs. 
BABARA TAYLOR POSTELL 
aad EUZABETH ANNE 
mmJL. et al, DefetKMu 

Vm o^eot of tills nut U (0 
o^tta a declaiatory judgment 
ooaoHaiqt &e dvli^iuticm c^ 
ibB fHOce^ ci several kmirance 

K Ikies and a^lavk havh^ 
n ma<k that the ^emlat^ 
Barbira Taylor Poet^ and 
Elizabedi Anne Poetell are not 
l^ideiit of the State of Viiginia, 
they arc tercby requked to ap- 
pear witttin ten daj<s after due 
(NibUdition here <A «md do what 
may be ne(%ssary to protect their 



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RENTAL REAL ESTATE 

111 Aparlnwnts Fvrnished 



Salesmen or Salesladies — NO 
EXPERIENCENECES- 
SARY. I am use 2 sincere 
tramees inter^^ in a sound 
sa^ ^reer. (Not <kx>r to 
do^.) My new men earn 
$6000 to $10,000 die first 
year. Opportunity for rapid 
advancement to management 
positions. Must have car, but 
travel is oiHional. For inter- 
vow call Mr. Furrey, 
428-3396. 

4-22-TFN 



44 PesItU Waiil«<l-4iUL 



T^TE: 
JOha V. FflBtresi, Clerk 
By: R. H. West, Deputy Clerk 
Frederick H. CreeknKMre p.q. 

4-29-4T 



Painting wanted. Small jd>s. In- 
terior or exterior. C^H 428- 
7586. ^ 

^20-2T 



Austin's Court Motel Apart- 
ments, 206-19di Street Effi- 
ciency apartmencs. All utilitkes 
furnished. Also, 4rroom apart- 

^ n::at and furnished rooms. 
Block trom Bus Station. By 
week or moiith. 

New and modem, one and two 
bedroom apartments. Low 
yearly rentals, also weekly and 
monthly rentals. Call 
428-6713. 
3-11-T FN 

2 Bedroom furnished apartment 
Convenient location. Immed- 
iate occupancy. Yearly rental. 
CaU 428-3680. 
- 3-9-tfa 

First floor, separate entrances, 
freshly painted furnished 
apartment. One bedroom. 
Suitable for business lady or 
couple. For appointment cail, 
428-5942. 

5-20- IT 



RENTAL niAL m*ATfc 



117 WantMl To Kent 




Unfurni»hed home for E; 
tive. Preferably Li 
Lirrikr or Afamlott seod<Mi 
bedrooms, 2 twte awl 
Bell Real Estate! CaU 421 
8322. / 

5-13 



REAL ESTATE FOR &MJ;1 



124 HouMs For Sala 




to NUsc. InsHvctiens 



ANNOUNC EMENTS 
n Treiwyofteitoti 



kk¥ trnvaam^ Am.— We wi! 

deliver your car to <ff from any 
^. OmCuOy eelKtod driven. 



«»4»0«. 
"AUtOMbTIVfe 



20 AtftamObllH Per Sale 



NOW YOU CAN MASTER 
SHORTHAND PRINCIPLES 
IN JUST 9 HOURS AT 
HOME! Easy alphabetic sys- 
tem. To 120 words/mini^. 
Nationally advertised "Alpha- 
hand" course. World's only 
self-teaching abc system c^- 
fering "Programed Learning" 
teaching ma<drine — work- 

= to<A — 2 dictation records- 
special dictionary! Only $9.95 
complete, post-paid. 14-day 
satisfaction/refund offer. Send 
check/M.O. to S. K. Robin- 
son, Box 401 5-B, Virgima 
Beach, Va. To order C.O.D., 
dial 340-6257 evenings. jQiiR 

trilHiKK'. «=««? 

5-13-3T 



Exceptionally nice 1 bi^^ 
furnished apartment. Avail- 
able June 22nd. Large 
grounds, trees, olesiderf.ial 
area. Annual lease. Can be 
seen by appointment Owner. 
#28-2256. . . , . 

-^^^ 5-20-tfn 



2 bedroom apartment. 6 blocks 
' fiOm ocean. Convenient to 
Oceana. Call weekdays 625- 
8462 between 10 a.m. a^5 
p.m. After 6 p.m. 587-4776. 
*^ 4-22 tfn 

11 4B Apartmant* wi^" 
HiMiiat For f«tt 



For sale. 2 bedroom hcMili, 
sonry construct^. Arc^ 
nue, overlookisg bent 
Lake Holly. Near 
Corner lot. Priced few qt 
sate. $10,00a FiiMac^ 
satisfactory cUott. 11. 
Moore, Brok», Jan^ 
Kitchen. Call 428-7755. 

5-13-tfn 




WM trade. Ecwtty in 2 bniroom 
house at 2240 Ruben Str^v" 
Galewood Park, Londo( 

* Bridge, few satisfa«ory Wt Of 
trailer. Phone Princess Anfla^-^ 
Rftiaty Company. 428-3322, ! 
5-13-tfil 



126 Out ef Town 



1957 T-Biid, black, standard 
duft, radio, heater. Reason- 
able. jQoc^ jcoi|^tk)n.^Ca|j 
428-4506 or 426-97t)0. 

5-20-2T 



COMMONWEALIH 

OF VIRGINIA 

la Ihe aeik't Olike of the 

Oraik Court of «K Cily of Vlr^ 

^iria B^ OB the 2tih day of 

imOER OF PUBLICATION 

DARLENE FU^ElX, 

Plaintiff, 
against 
WILLIAM ROY FUSSELL, 

Dd^idant. 

Hie object of tiiis suit is to 
ob^in a divorce a vinculo matri-, 
nuMiii tnan the said defendant, 
uptm tiie poinds of desertion. 

And an affidavk having been 
nmde and f il^d that the <^end- 
ant is a non-iesident of the State 
<rf Virginn, the test known post 
office addr^ being: Dothan, 
Alalrama, it is ordered that he 
do ^^pear h^e wldiin tra (10) 
days after due publication here- 
ct, and do what may be nec^- 
iAry to protect hts interest in 
diis suit. 



1960 Ford Falcon 2 door sedan. 
$500 cdsh. Call 627-4461. 

5-20-tfn 

Si BvlMfaHMUpelring 



i& 



/ 



liOTICE- 

i TO THE tig(MYERS OF VA. BEACr 

* 

Jltiie lOtii decline for {ttyment First half 1W5 Real Estate T$x. All 
1^ Real Estate notices have been maited. If any owhferof Real Es- 
tate in the City of Va. l^eacli that should have received a Mil, has hot 
Ame m, pleaie clihtiict tty offii^e. Faihtre to remve ytoiir Wll itoes hot 
^empt yoit frwn a 5 per etttit ^nalty for non-imyment by the dpdlinfe 
of Jime IWh, 1M5. V. A. Eflieridge, Treas. aty of Va. Beach. ^ 



5-20-1 T 



Ncmcsi 

Oontruloft It Hoiii* ^JIder»- 
Ut ui i^ you wiQi tiui new 
home— idiltMaia—Qr t^alrs. 
We cm funilA maSiritla JBron 
baaenJM]! Io ■Itte iod M yoQ in 

(i}43f-asn 

4aM8S7 



BOATS 



iOA Boats For Sfti<» 

#* '- 

Sailboat. 15 foot. Blue Jay class. 
Dacron sails. Canvas cover. 
Accessories. ExccHent condi- 
tion. $700. Call Export 3- 
0968. 

5-13-tfn 

A4EftCNANDI$E 



90 Ai-ticlat For Sal* 



Wantwi — houses or af^rtmeits 
to rent or sell. Sumirief rentaU 
needed. Cooper Realty, M« 
25th Street. 428-1330. N*#tt 

428- 6833. ' 

3-2-TFH 




Furakhed <x unfu 

bedrodm <xrttage. 

month yearly. CaU 428-6425. 

5-13-tfti 



Oo^na - Near bi«s. Two fur- 
nished cottages. Convenient 
locatitm. Om4wo p«)pte. 
340-8329. ^ , 

5-13-tfn 



Orange pove - 35 acres cSwtt^'^-' 
well ratablish«i b e a r 1 a| • 
grove in Ontral Florida, M«' ^ 
Lakeland. Eitteilent invesli«;« 
ment. $175,000, InftidM^Ji 
bam, all cukivathig equip^ 
m«it. By owner. Write Bor 'f 
116,-V.kpnia Bcadi &ui. ' 



Loto in ^f^$t Mm wb *sda 

f^. Owtitt wid aril or tmlft 
for Vto^nk Bocb pro^stjf^ , 
CaU 428-0752. 

4-29-tlh 



We tpedAttie in l^telten,cabinetSv 
home improvements and 4ny 
tvpe of shop woft. Call Ppn- 
(hHOMi MiU Work «t 3008 
South Lynnhaven Road, 
341-5520 or 341-2682 even- 
ts*' ._,._ 



NEW AND REPAIR WORK 

Plumbing — Heating 

Electrkal, ~^ Air Cojoditioning 

t>RtNC^ ANNE PLUMBING 

AND BLICTRICAL 

SUPMriElRS^mC. 

moae 426-2660 

1t-5-tfn 



SO AppKinee 



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VACUUM CUEANEBS— Hoover. 
8al«i Md aervlM. Prompt ef- 
fidMit reptln. Pick up tnd 
dfilbrtnr. Phon* 6A84322 
ruel imi ft BoUdlng Sup- 
l^Jee. oie. 



EMR6VMbMt 



41 Help Winted-^Mele 



Hospitaf personned. The liew 
General Hosfntal of Virginia 
Beach Is now aa>ebting ap^i- 
qitfohs for em(%R)yo}eiit in 
the fwlowin^ calei^ks: or- 
derlies, janitors. Apply in 
person to Administrator, Gen- 
eral H^pMal of Virginia 
Beach, 2Bth St»et &. Arctic 
Avenue. 

. . 5-20ilT 

OPPORTUNITY! 
WHERE T1HB ACriCW IS! 
Due to ei^mwtt of our Vir- 
ginia tti^ &)alevard ofQcx, 
ve have oftsm^ for .S ^e^j^ 
wten^^ In ..me fas^mg^ 
f^ of MUug homes. CaU 
CkK>(fan«ft<&|^-Hogan Re^i- 
deotial Sales Corp. 341-323|. 
2.U-tfa 



WOMEN — "FIGURE CON- 
TROL" BOOK, by author 
RAF friiysical fitness manual. 
New figure-brauty approach* 
for all women. No outmoded 
"exercises." Shows how var- 
ious figure |«obiems — over- 
weight, underweight, reduc- 
ing, develomng, posture — can 
be successfully tackled by 
poise training, diet, progres- 
sive resistance exercises. Il- 
lustrated "Arco" book. Qoth. 
$3.75, postpaid (no C.O.D.). 
S-day satisfacticm/refund of- 
fer. Send check/M.O. to S. K. 
Robinson, Box 401 5-B, Vir- 
ginia Beach, Va.-> Dealer. 

5-13-3T 



Living room, b«lroom, kitc^i, 
bath Convenient to dM}lwing, 
churches, 'laundromat. Verj 
reasonable yearly retttaJ. P»r 
cific Avenue. Phone owner, 
428-5016 or 428-2143. 

5-13-^ 



Sunbeam frying pan. Good as 

new. Leaving city. Co»t 

$22.94, take $1100. CaH 

428-3751. 

5-20-lT 



Jft4b MORTGACtt 



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0MV AMOUNT-FAST SdlVICC 

> ANCHOR REALTY 

CA 1-7421 ANTHAtf 



mm* 



^JSiNESS SERVKS 



93 HoutefioM Opeds 



For sale now — new and re- 
built sofa beds in "a vark^ty 
of colors uid ^brics. Also 
sofas, love seats, assorted 
chairs, tables, chests, book- 
cases, dinettes and bedroem 
furniture. Hilltop Uphdster- 
iflg Co., 1000 Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. Hume 428^^377. 
CftU us to upholster and re- 
finish your worn, soiled and 
marred furniture. Free esti^ 
mate, pick-up and delivery. 
"We buy and seU used furni- 



ture. 



4-1 -TFN 



R^^TAt REAL ESTATE 



110 Apartmaii^s Un^umi^wj 



APARTMe^TS-^Furnished or 
uiifurtiished. Yearly or season- 
al. Cooper ReHlty, 206 25th 
Street, 428-1330. Nights 4^28- 
6833. 

3-2 TI^ 

111 Apartments Furnished 



One aid 2 bedroom furnished 
aeartmettts. Year round. Call 
428-2724 or 428-6666. 



AUCnpNS 



kiqrmto AuctiD' 



HARDIN SCHOOL 
OF MUSIC 

3 12^35th Street 
Virginia Beach 

MERCHAhA^ISE 
Alk Yeor fiye 

TRAYLOR'S 

GUILD OPTiaAN 
Swvli^ Yirglnla ifWh ^ 

1369 LmWb ftoml Virilal* »••«» 

BwMr4 H. llicNMi«r^ Ugt. 
CArdUn MQ Mt 

BAY ISLAND 

TIdev«iter*i Finest M 
Wa^rfront CoinmtmKy 

tffis FOR SAi j: 




BAY 

ANNOUNCEMENTS 



RiEAL ESTJ^TE 
EXAM COURSE 

St«t« Ueenie Preparatory 

Dfy mad Etcbiiik ClMpto 

CUstM lBatract«4 By Ihtwktic- 

ial AttorMy aBcl A lMtmam4 

RmI Eitat« Broltar. 

Pass Stata Board Exan 

Eaaily — Enrall Now 

COMPIUETE COURSE. ...fM 

Tidewater's Mos^ Exfkrienced 

School 

NorfollcPoritmoutk 

RIAL E^TATE^^ 

(j«id«B Trianila B«QV»t 
PHONE MA . 2-^4 

ill - '■ I i ' i I I -. . 



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moEmmmr 
HowMmmm 

EARMNOS 

PART>TtftE 

FULL-TIME WORK WOk 

ADDm tfumm 

New TerrUbries in this 
lor new di^kn 

MALE mmms 

AvaiiiU>le, haodfii^ Aue n^add* 
iamoiis SYLVANIA l^d 
FAST nxmng Ridik? andf .V. 
tubes, sold tlmi our NEW- 
EST model Fre<HS^*S^;;4ce 
tube teeters. This unif^ 
method of sales, pn>i^ sac* 
cessful in 9 years hisb^<rf: 
operations. Tremsndous mA- 
ti-million dollar maiJtCA ayML* 
able yearly. Ca^ Jw^ttnett 
required trom $161^5.00^ «9 
$329a00-EarBings eould net 
over $600.00 aer mo«di. 

Bu^e^ IS mujt mr 

SEIAJ^G m SOU^TKHG 
REQUniED -^ REPEAT 

Financial aMSiiance kiWh to 
full time, if desired. To, i^i- 
fy you must have cajjrftal for 
immediate iovestmeikt. 4-8 
spve hours each week, &uto, 
aiMi sincere desire to own and 
^ierate your qwq buaineM< 
rm ^rsonal interview on this 
t^>pStunity, write, Jn-'i^de 
{^me niunber <o: 
smOBR INDUSTRiSS 

^31 belAttr 
St. Louis, Mo. Wt4 

5-lO,JT 



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1 I4t.l . I. Hi ^ 




4-H Activities 
and Events 

c. nuNos ykY 




'Consideration is the soil in which wisdom nifty he ex|iecte<l 
W grow, and strength be given to every ups|>rinj,'inK plant of 
#ity." — Emerwn 

^ Helto fojks! With summer coming on. more of the 4-H Club 
MtnAers will be thinkinj^ about recreatwn atthe Club meetings and 
rfher wtivities. With this in mind, 1 should like to relate to you 
^Ssos for niakii^ recreation more fun and more nmnir^fnl. 
\ " The V(^ue of Gomes 

"<j «W^ a t Club meetings help to break down barriers of emo- 
tic.n, age, and social jiosition. The shy boy ofren 
toses his shyjness, and the slow boy may not In? so 
conspicuous as to feel uncomfortable. The real 
qualities of a boy may come to the surface. 

"Fun developed through recreation helps to 
bind individuals and groups together. S<ime 
members find that they excel in certain stunts, 
aKh as tos.sing a hall of tying knots, or in quiz 
games, and this gives them a feeling of .satis- 
faction in being noticed by the group. This 
approval in the eyes of others ,is desirable and 
^ ^ very important to the growth of personality and 

^ii» 9. Lay development of more self-assurance among the 
^|P ami girls of a community," ^ 

^ Hmv to Teach Gamis 

, "T«aching games properly is as important as planning them. 
,use an enthu.'.astic ap|)roach is necesjiary ,to the .success of 
tion. In acquainting a group with games, the leader shoukl 
in mind such considerations as the folbwing : 
(1) Know the game yourself and have the necessary effnijv 

rnt rrady for the^igroup; (2) Gain the attention of the group 
a friendly but enthusiastic manner; (3) Mame the game, then 
@cptain it briefly, clearly using the demonstration method if 
Ipwible; (4) Feel free to modiry the game to suit the group and 
He time wad »pace available; (5) Teach the game, one step at a 
jime, and, if twcessary, stop while explaining a game to answer 
^esdons; (6) Stop ikying the game while the players are still 
fBJoying it and want more; (7) Hay the game yourself, or observe 
ttw others with a sincere interest in their results." 

-Remember! Put more panned recreation into your 4-H pro- 

fram and everything you do will settn like more fun. Contact the 
Extension Office fo^nwre information on recreation and recreatibn 
pfainniitg. 



W- 



Shipyard 
Needs Students 

PORTSMOUTH ~ Th^ Na- 
val Siiipyard will employ a li- 
mited fNjmber of college stu- 
dents for summer work, Hervy 
L, Oray,'* employment division 
head, said today. 

Gray .sa^id tiiat ap'ications arc 
being acc^epted from studenrs in 
engineering and science who 
have bad at least one year of 
college study. Perrons with one 
year of college <vork will be eli- 
gible for pay at the rats of 
$3680 a yjar; two years, $4005 
a year; and three years. $4480 
a year. Hjgh s.:hool graduates 
are not eligible for this program. 
Summer student employees 
will be assigned to various de- 
partmenrs of the Shipyard and 
will work with engineers and 
technicians. Persons in college 
ini the physical sciences may be 
assigned to work with chemists, 
metallurgists, physicists or math- 
ematicians. 

Gray pointed out ithat college 
studems who have either pmrem 
employed by the Navy Depart- 
ment are iK>t eligible for sum- 
mer employment in a Navy ac- 
tivity umkr recent regulations 
issued by the U.S. Civil Service 
Commission. He invited eligiWe 
college students to file applica- 
tion Form 57 with the shipyard 
employment office, 3rd and Ed- 
wards Streets, PortstAouth. 

Forms may bfc obtained from 
the shipyard, Virginia EmpJoy- 
ment Commission or the Nor- 
folk Post Office. -A ; 



fOkMtmimNt 



^ CD. SniM 



Girls Soy Btyi Rck Oil Urn' 




Jm WEEK'S LBITEl: 1 
have a real pivblwn forVoo. My 
problem Is k^ A couple ol boys 
In my nmn are always getting 
afto* my gfarlfriead and im. We 
hate tbeM boys and have told 
them so, )«t t^ stUl keep pick- 
on us. We tell th^ to pidE <ni 
someone else, but they say they 
sJlergie to other gfarla, Hov can 



we w^ tb«B ot our adadsT We 
hate th«B all." 

OUB MVLT: Many of ymir 
schooImMes would {Mtibably be 
happy to exehsnfe places irttk 
you. More often the comidalnt of 
teoiage firls is that they ^ no 
attention at aU from boys. 

Actually, the boys are not 
iwUy "^ddng on ytNi." 'Dag are 



eause Oiy «• ^ bflsn^ ^t^ firt 
tkis ^taMoB ^ teari^ mu and 
yotnr tstWksA. Ymi Amdda^ 
teto ttaa Iff % Thvf prM»dl>^ 
diffit tease yn teenun tey 41s- 
Uke yea: iaatMd tt ^^tarnmUm 
do lute you . . . v^m^tmUm 
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tention to ott^ i^ls as wen. 

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fl^oredly. Do mA let tkMi Iemw 
Hutt It aani^ you so much. If- 
oMre thmn if you wlsb — but d<mt 
toU th«n that jm hate them. This 
only Mn m more tMrii^, what- 
ever th^ purpose. 1%e best way 
to stop 'tii^ aitentioBs, if you 
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Eiurl if. IhrnSmt, Stotf imf^m Advocate of Ft. E««tu, Va.; 

SMaley C. rifflip*. Actlac City Attoraoy for the city of 

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FCMO' SrCHlY — The AprH 
td tte Tkfewi^r Area 

«^ Md RseaiHy at tfie Foit 
tjwy Offic«*f Open Mess. The 
Mq» was GommxA of lepl 
aPcira from idl br^Nhes (A ^ke 
silHary a^^l to the Tide- 
m$et Ar^. 

'Hoats for ihe lundwra-vere 
UeutMimt Goloael EatX M. 

rcfiey. Staff Judge Advocate 
Fpit Eii9t9, \9i.jM»^rm\ 
MpiriMMiK Patrick .iOi^ilmoe. 
fiidge Advocate vi F^ &ory. 
.Quevt of 4^iiix>ratthe a»etn» 

fv Mr. SMU^ C. FbtHips, Ac^ | 
: CHvj Attoiwy iot tke city 
Vir|iri8 6«ach. 
, Tbs; foHowiDg military rsj»e- 
liHtativM were also pres^ii: 
OMond WUfiam G. Easton, 
J^IK^ Advocate of Fort Monroe-. 
Q>lcael Thomas W. IsabeH of 
we Tadlcal Air Comnvsiid 
MeadduMten, Lxngley Fieid; 
Ciptatn 4loii1aad F: Schlegd of 
the Fifth Naval Dietitet; asd 
Cbtonel Donald M. Davis of 
tke 4<h Tnuwporti^Hi Tenrnnol 
f^tMwmnftd, Fort Eoads, Va. 

V^lGINIA BEACH — Four 
area studeqts of die CKfford 
H e r aer Piano School of Vir- 
Beadi <were swarded first 
medals at 4be 196S 
Piano >Recordii>g Cora- 
fadd recently in Aus- 

Itey are Riki Craft, Lori 
Nicbtris, and 



FoHowing 4e luncheon fin 
amfdiibious <temonstration was 
conducted by the 10th Transpor- 
tation BattaUcm lot/ the group. 



VIRGINTA BEACH— Three 

Virginia Beach 4-:H Cfub mem- 
bers were blue award winners at 
tJ^e Southea^em Virginia Dis- 
trict D3monstration Center held 
in Petersburg, Virginia recently. 
<Ruth Anne Oliver placed first 
hi the i>ress Revue, Stephanie 
Pecsek placed first in the Foods 
and Nutrition Demonstration 
Conttest, and Mary Bungard 
placed second in the Cktfhing 
Demonstration Contest. 

AH three girts will represent 
Virgmra iieach and the fcuth- 
eastern District at State 4-H 
^ort Course, Biacksburg, Va^ 

C^her dub members repre- 
senting Virginia Beach at the 
District Demonstration Contest 
were Carol Brotherton (red rib- 
bon v^inner in Home Grounds 
Beautification), Sharon Kelly 
(white award winner in Public 
Speaking), and Jim Kelly (whi'te 
ribbon winner in Public Speak- 
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Two Sections— 1 6 Pages 



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MOTHER HELD 
GUNPOINT J(S 
BORfiUlMZE H 

BIRDNECK ACRES - A 28,year^»kj flintoeck Aaet 
nousewife and mother of three wm held-et flOiipNflt for about 
45 ftaiftd minutes early ^tutfoy mornini ™c two burriars 
Karcned her ho^w for wri^i^te. 

Police said d^ Mtfc Aifete M. Nonni* af 1228 Bhis Bird 
Dnve wu wnricfned. «i|9iit 4 



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f m. by a bright flashUgN beam 
in her fa««. Sie found two men. 
e«hnaiwi to be in their early 
«*»dii, stauding over her bed. 
<fee of tile men told <be frigh- 
tened woman to lay face down, 
which tbe M 4n4 demanded a 
diamond l»ace|et they claimed 
to have leen Iter wearing. Mrs. 
Nonnie ttfld <h«n she didn't 
own Juch a bracelet. They itt- 
Cled off several faots about hei> 
•nd her famUy, aM of which 
were incorrect: 

"We must iMve the wranf 
Hc," «M of Oe iMa M^ 

to Ma ewp anioB, (he wowni 

%M pottc«. 

Mr. Noonie i^eaded with the 
men not to harm her three 
skpe|Hng children. They prom- 
is«l\ tti 4ea»e tlie youi^pesrs 
^•kme but Me omdiMKd ioteU 
fgift M tlie motlMr wWIe the 
*ttwr man searched the hotue, 
pcfiM laid. 

They fte0p<^ took a jew- 
e^box wViBanwnd rhtg of 
^■Hermftnd wrii^ and jbojtf 
from a 



^ VIRGINIA teACH — Om^ 
|re»man Tojn Downing wiH te 
^ {Mincifwl tpeakw m ^ 
k^BioriaJ Day Mrviees whiti 
«tt take pbux in front trf the 
CMSt Guard ttatkm at 24th and 
Ailamic Avenue May 3ht frcMn 
11:30 to 12:30. , 

Vifj^ia's c(»)gressiBan from 

the 5th District will be intro- 

diK^d by Virgmia BeMi Maytx-, 

Frtnk A. Dusdt as will the 

Some 45 minutes irfter Mrs. other speaker of tte day, Cap- 

Nonnie was awakened, the men ti^ IJ, C. Rumsey, Command- 



fled and she nm to a neisMmr's 
house for help. Of f icer K. C. 
Wood mponded to her cail and 
reported Hiit the back door had 
been forced opfen. Drtective Har- 
ly, %Mger , is iiwestigatfaig. 

Seeond iMideirt 

A short time earlier, a similar 
iiwident oopurred at the home <rf 
Mr. ind Nftrs. Frank M. Laoey 
of 1449 Laurel View JDrive in 
Linlier, police said.' 

Mh. Laeey rep<»tedly awak- 
en«! and saw a man moving in 
flie haHway just outside her b«i- 
room. She wj^e Iwr hu^^Mnd up 
and akfted him. 

-Lacey tun^^d on die i^tt, 
and walked dtrouj^ <^ fieine, 
PoUm ttui, but the bur|^ had 
apparently mad$ a getaway 
Ihrough a slidii^ ^us door. ^ 

Pound mMng was a jewelry 
box containing ikum $2,000 
worth of jew^ry, a' J50 saVlogp 
bond and abcmt $78 in cm^ 




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VtRGINIA MACH — tMr 
ney S. Kellam. Vlrjinia Bei^ 
civic ieadH- and bushieismaii, 
fcas b^ elec^ Resident of the 
Ocean HivMty Assol^ioa. 

Ketem auoeeds Hoy A. S^ 
vcns of Southp(Mt, N.C at head 
fA the n(»fHoftt ^Kidation ^at 
promote travel on 1^ nordi- 
KHith Ocean Hiway belwe^ 
New York and^ Florida. His 
election came at tlu 31st an- 
riual meeting of the Awociatkm 
m >k)rth Wildwood, N.J. 
> Other new- oltioers an Jaiii| 
Bouhan <rf Savannidi, Ga, first 
vice president; and W. W. DaH- 
ing or South Dennis, N./.^secmid 
vice president. Vernon Derrick- 
son, Sr. <rf Dover, Del. wu re- 
elected dwirman of the Board. 

For dw patt year, lUilani 
has served as a member dl the 
A^ociation's executive bo^d 
Md vke {Resident of Vl^nia. 
fie is a m^nber of the Oi^tsk- 
fieake Bay BrMge k. Tunael 
Omimksion «nd a prominoit 



leader in oi^«Mc and govero- 
mental Affain. , 

A variety of new promotion 
pK^m& ^mtt aditoGid by the 
A«R>mti&n's "Bifsmm iifm^ 
Cc^MriM HMelinift^ ol cam^d^ 
lea heU dirnu die ^uiuri 
mee^ flM^ iicjiNiB Ocwm 
Hiway MoraAdon Madora, an 
automobile club mA tour bur- 
eau relations prelaw, a Hiway 
im{»ovenient council, aa ex' 
panded sign {HX»|ram, ^ % 
community prdmotkMi ptojeet 
that will provide closer fkil^ 
with the Associ|tu>n and ktcal 
communities, cWAbers of o6m- 
merce, and promoticmal gioti|4. 

The Chesapeake fay Brk^ 
& Tunnd ComMKion receiv«| 
special lecopiticm 9t an awaitb 
iiincttecHi during die Oc^n Hi- 
way AssodatMn meetiim for its 
outtlaiKlii^ kaderAip in mak- 
ing the BMge-Tunnel a teality. 
T& Asiocutti(»'s avmrd to die 
OMnroisskMi wai accepted by 
Sidney S. KeMam. 



ii% Officer of the Naval Air Sta 
tion, Oceana. 

The ceremoay wiH be a Fleet 
Reserve two bdfl service for de- 
pan^ members and was insti- 
gate and is beii^ C(»di«:ted by 
the Fleet •Rmctvc Association, 
Branch 166 with the anii^nce 
of die Virginia Beach Chamber 
(rf OHnmerce and various 
branches <^ the miltury. 

The' ceremony will be made 
swftflariy impressive by a si- 
mtmaneous wreath drop frcmi 
hel^p^ and boat, in conjunc- 
tion with a wraith la;^tt tm die 
bea^ by tlK Lad^' /^xiliary 
and cerebral palsy victim, Ste- 
vie I^dL 

After the wrotft commem- 
oration there will be a rifle sa- 
lute by a firidg dettiil fropi !for- 
foik Naval Base ami Chaplain 
S. B. Richards wiH idoi^ wWi a 
prayer. 

Preeeedfiig and teffltlfHng the 
so^kses ^ Airfant l^i^ from 
fcl^Pk wtH play. 

mtlilary huit» n the 

. ^ I, I» Mtn^lton, I ^ 
OMnmoiding (Xficer of Dani 
l^dk and an honor fuard from 
tl» Fleet Marines at Norfdk. 

The YR^ilIc is invited. 




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MVtlDE AnORNEY 

CHALLEiieis mmt 

BAYSIDE — In a speeift before 1^ Bayville Paric and 
Garden Civic Le^e at die C%«H4>«iiK Ptre^ittiott kst Monday, 
Garland Lay«»H Bayside attora^, ^kw his suppo^ Ikiiind Ae 
Sute Seitttc candidacy of William P. "Bill" Kellam, and chdWig^ 
statements and criticisms made by In(fependent Candidete 
L. Qiarles Burlage 



Laytcm c^npared the capa- 
bilities of Ksilaoi and Burlage, 
and said he has dK^sn KeUam 
biBemMe <A KeUam's extsmive 
poMkat experience, and his en- 
deai«o for ps^^ ni total 




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OVERSEAS BOUliD 
SOLHEB AUESTED 

FORT STORY — ,Two Fort 
Stt»y sokiiers, sdmfa^ to Irave 
■later this week for overseas duty, 
were arrest^ TwfdA^ ni^ tot 
allegedly bar^ariziflg Simmons 
Photo servi«! ct A^UjmIc Ave. 

Salvatore Ingrasiia Jr. and 
Ted Lawrence Vdjcr have been 
charged with breakii^.and en- 
^tering and grand larceny. 
1 The reportdy took five eam- 
trm, vahMd at ove^,$3I5y«id 
$112 in carii. DetoeU^ S^. A. 
E. Smidi and Dti^»^^. L. 
Knowles took the men into cus- 
t^y ^boftiy after(the/Tburglary 
occurred. • ^'""'^^ 

Ingrassia and Veber are 
scheduied to appear in Munici- 
pal CotMt on Jum 14 Iim- a pte- 
liminary iwaring. 

IffiW PHONE BOOES 

VIRGINIA BEACH — De- 
livery of ab<Mtt 16.000 Ghesa- 
pedce and PotoKMC Telephone 
Company d'ueeioriaK wffi start 
Friday in Virginia Budh, local 
.manager L. F. PaUjck said 
Moncfiiy. v^ 

He sud that die directmies 

^lould be in the homes <rf all 

Virginia Beach si^Nuribers by 

Meo^y ni^t. Deliwry u a(> 

r^y und^way in Norfolk. 

Tile front cover of die 469- 
page directory features the 
Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel 
in co^or. 

Listings start with A Sh^t 
Mrtal and end with Zydzik, P. F. 
Tliey include NorfWk, Ports- 
moudi, Chesapeake, Virginia 
Beach, 44 liat^ in Knotts Is- 
land, N.C., arid two in Wallace- 
ton, Va. 

ACDSS HONORED 

, M-ACKBURG, Virpnia — 
TlKHnas Ackiss, a itiKient <^ Vir- 
ginia Teeii't Qs^ of Arclii> 
tsmm, im mmi^ out^iid- 
tag Ail^i^ reeei% fccaored tat 
m a^iool^ aimiHl ooanocatioii 
inOsouMice HalL 



y^mMoA Vflwiki at A%U^ 



mmmmmahi poiiti 

cal ccMnKdMM OB die 9li^ 
levd, aad yutf m^ittMKed 
KeMam's K^dve f^in^i <m in- 
creased aid to education. Lay- 
ton said B«1ite is an attofney 
practicmg in Norfolk, caiai^t- 
ly new to the pcrfitical v^m, 
wtti no pdMcal frien^Mpa or 
wmtii^ knowledge of otfier 
Tkfewater MMimunitks. He, laid 
Burtage has attack^ every- 
thing from Pr^ktent Jolinson to 
the Vir^ia Beadi C% Coun- 
cd, but eannot se«n to agree 
from day to day what be be- 
lieves in. Layton added that 
Burlage has ccmdemned the 
Demqnrtic OrganizMioa at Vir- 
ginia Beach, but said dm ^ir- 
lage appe^s to be se^ic^ to 
become die head of his own or- 
nnization ami a dictator of both 
City and State govmimei^. 

SbecificaHy, Laytcm challeng- 
ed Burlage's charges concerning 



Oly Government and Cky em- 
plo^«i, 1^ presented seven- 
tete queatloftt' to fiw^qpB wm- 
cemtni these crklSbhs. Hie 
questions range from "^^at is 
w«utt with die BoHM^ Sjwtem 



politics is so bad, «^y ha^ y&^ 
offaiiized your own organiza- 
tion to of^se anmher oi^niza- 
tion?" to, "St^r specifically what 
ft is you don't 1^ about 6ur 
State and Cky Oovemments? 
AkI why?", and ♦'Name speci- 
fieaNy my aad aJl persons w^- 
In our City Goven^nt ^i^io 
^ve been lorced to suj^mrt any 
Mttdidate 1^ threats or duress" 
Layton wem on to «iy that 
at to tme in the campaign has 
Buri^e MaM specificalTy his 
case, aMioygh he has been free 
with general criticnm. 



P.O. BIDS 
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SPOTLIGHTS 

ARLSHOW^^ 

VIRGINIA BEACH ~ The 
Chesapeake & Potomac Tele- 
ph<me Company of Vjr^nia 
will s^tlight the 10th annual 
Virginia Beaoh Boardwalk Art 
Show in the Juitt edition of its 
"C&TCall." 



TTie "Call" is the firm's small 
moi^ly brochure ^at goes out 
with the telei^ione bills to sev- 
cfii hundred thoiwand sirtwcrib- 
crs. £aoh publketion spotlights 
some special eveqt ,or point (rf 
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VIRGINIA BEACH — 
Reoklns driving charges against 
I^OMS Hiram Jennii^ were 
dismiUid TujMday by Circuit 
Court ludfee Robert S. WiAab 
Jr. 

A (^Ar|e of leaving the scene 
of an accident drew a $50 fine, 
a 90 day suspendid jail sen- 
tence and 12 qapniJis {^batwn- 
Two m^li^^Mer c b tig e s 
ai^inst Jennij^ waet dttoiissed 
at an earlier hearing. 

Jennli^ was accused of <kiv- 
ing a car Ikat sidesw^ed w ito- 
oii vthkk on Vir^da B^di 
Boulevard last F'^miary, result- 
ing in an u^Nctent 4hat cost die 
lives of David Gordon, 24, and 
Akmm Hines, 25, both of Vir- 
ginia Beat^. : 

NORFOLt SHOOTING 

NORFOLK — -Robert N 
WUson, 39, of 25 Spirtan Road, 
\1i!|^la Beadr is in serious 
coiiiitiott in X>e!l^al Jiospity 
aAo' beij% shot by a bui^Lar 
Sun(faiy in a Newport Avenue 
apWMM»tt. 

Noifcrik police have chained 
Connie Mack Jordan, 50, w^ 
a!Mi^ta4 ararder, iKwsebreak- 
iog uA ffand k^oeny. Ti» 
diootii^ ooctirred in an aput- 
mmut ooci^ned by Mrs. Nettie 
Mmk Oaiochi, 46. 



LONDON BRIDGE — The 
Post CWfce Departmem is seek- 
ing competitive bids to build and 
tease die new post office at Lon- 
don Bridge Station, Virginia 
Beaoh'i I^D^master Gei^ral John 
A. GnMiouski announced today. 

"The purpcMe oi (^petitive 
bidding," Mr. Gronowki said, 
"is to encourage die most at- 
tractive and eccmomical offer to 
the Government in Kne widi 
President Johnson's economy 
prc^am to achieve die best pos- 
sil^ po^al service at the least 
posvm Oost." 

Under the Dep^-n-^nt's 
Lasc CoQstnu^on program, the 
sibte postal service at the least 
Great Neck >Road in London 
Bri«^ Park will be assigned to 
the successful bidder, v^ will 
purchase die f«^operty, construct 
the building accordmg to depart- 
mental specifications and lease 
k to the Post Office Department 
for a tosic period of ten years, 
wMi options to renew tte lease 
for an additional twenty y^ars. 
! The Department's capital 
investment will be limited sub- 
staittiaOy to postal equipment. 
Hie buUding will remain under 
private ownership with tlw own- 
er paying loc&l real estate taxes. 

Bidding doounents may be 
<^Malned . from Herman . A. 
Sdimidt, Regional Real Estate 
Office, P.O. Box 2I«6, Rich- 
ffloml, Viri^nia 23218.* The 
Real EsMie Officer will supply 
bkldiz^ fenut, boBding specifi- 
«^»a» l^Me pcwvisionf tmd' 
oOm intOFmetion. BMs wnM be 
submitted to the Real Estate Of- 
ficer by 2 p.m. June 18. 



durteg Mat year's show wiU be 
featured oii the cover and die 
inside tciU wit] bring out In^ 
portant facts abouf die show. 

It states: "The BondwaUt 
Art Show, f^turi^ a ecdorful 
ten-block long eiAfl^ oi art, 
will observe its ,IC^ anniver- 
stajf this ^ar at Virginia Beai^ 

"From July 15 through July 
19 paintings, drawings, graphics, 
sculpture and Mimmics wiH be 
attractively displayed. Over 400 
^i»ts from all over the country 
are expected to compete Ux a 
Best-in-Sliow prize, of $1,000 
phis ten other awards. 

"Many of die 100,000 spec* 
tators who viewed the Art Sfcow 
last summer bot^t or^al art 
objects directly from the artitfl. 
They made- these purchase at 
IM'icM ranging fnnn one dollar 
to over a thot^and dollars. Par- 
ticipating artists tihemselves are 
som^im^ the best customers. 
Last year one artist swapp«l a 
seascape for a side of beef. Dur- 
ing tlw 1964 jShow, teles were 
reported in excess of $35,000. 

"The show is sponsorfd by 
the Vffginia Beaoh Art Aiocia- 
ti<»i, a iwnprofit organisaticm. 
Tliis group provides eriiHiit 
sp&(x to the artists as w^t as^ 
programs that list their iianws 
and boardwalk locations. Host- 
essw "picture-sit" whHe artists 
have hmch breaks or view die 
works of odier exhrbitcws." < 



June M Decistop 

COUNCI 

DEFEHS 



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ATIONS 



VltRGINIA BEACH — City Council Iws committed teetf 
to a June 14 (bcision cm whct^ or not it wiH apptne sev«4 
service station af^jHcations diat hcve been so «ioi»ly opposed bf 
two Princess Anne Plaia dwr^hm. 

The applications, which ah«ady earry 1h»4laiii^ Go^ 
mission's r«»mmended apftfoval, came before c<nincil for a Mcmd 
time Monday and i^ain otcw a : -^— — — 



large group of dissenting Plaza 
residents to the meeting. 

Spokesmen for the Bow Creek 
Presbyterian and Princws Anne 
Plaza Methodist Churches pre- 
sented maps and drawings of die 
area and arguments on why die 
applicatitms should be denwd. 

The proposed SOTvice station 
sites are eithor a^acent to fx 
, across the sm^t from die church 
^ ptopmhi. One te dktfMy cm* 
neded wirii a p ropoaid shopping 
center in Wind«>r Woods, which 
the Presbyterian Church also has 
obj«2dcta9 to. 



Eadi church waa reporH^Uy 
built mth die, umh^standing 



Onincll deferred action Mon^ 
day iKcause Lw^vtn CmObt 
cHnan James ikliea was aot 
present but agmd diat » <)•% 
sbn would be ms^ M ^, J]MI» 
14 meeting. 

In edio' aidofi, oomA; 

V ^pfvovee a 
r«iue* by JtmhU. , 
allow ^usatt^^katti'M 
aplMoiMM con^»l^ en . 
a^M^ig the pfifM»^ V^^a 
W^jwvO^iW %>pwj^^ 

oiim sito in die iini^tdiMi fpn 
was given by eou^ MMfJjr t^ ' 





tKe chtmA'^imArfSershi^ 

"We bo^ this piece of 
pn^perty for the chuitA tfah^ti^ 
It wouM be ig the middle <tf a 
i?sidential area," John Harris, 



^ak^g for Jhe ^^Wian|«^ slips and l^fdr 



ttttch, say. "Now Sim It UT<*ift, 
going to be in ^ liiMftne oi a 
shopping center If the devetc^wn 
are ^ing to plan die city, I 
diink aH of us should st^ and 
diink what is gofalg to happni to 



us. 



CARKNOCKS 
OfflCERDOWN 



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d die Lymhaven Iniet. tig 
D(4phin Marina wilt hm^ 
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PAUL VANCE 



VmCINIA BEACH — Po- 
Hot- are looking for die (bttrer 
of a car that attempted to |un 
down a patrolman early HM- 
nesday mmning on Neiwdwn 
Road after die officer had ^p- 
ped the car. 

Patrolman Ronnie SaiKyer 
was approaching the car on foot 
wh«i tlie driver suddenly. sv«rv- 
ed die v^kle around ani head- 
ed toward d» officer. ;1&iwyer 
was knocked down bitt not in- 
jured. 

tbe car sped away ind out- 
ran ptriioe units puf^intg it. 
During te chase a paigei^jM' in 
^mt Hvey out sev^£gwons 
of ill^l whkkey, pdMn sfiid. 

H we driver k tift^^Ro cus- 
toi^ h» will be <^^^ widi 
iii*W|ti|>ffd lekmious JMsauk el a 
fiitot officer. p(riioft aaid. 



smEliiMm^ 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Paul 
Vance, a member ol die Vir- 
ginia Beach JtuiXH- Oiamber <^ 
Commerce, received the &atc 
group's SPOKE Award during 
a state meeting at the Golden 
Triangle last week-end. 

The award is givm for out- 
standing service to the commun- 
ity and local cha{Mer and goes 
to a first year member <wly. 

Vance, 29, residfe kt 913 
Abii^don Road -in Bay Colony 
with his wife, Sonia, and thrw 
(Aildrrai, Kevin, 4, Debora, 2, 
and Bradley, 2 mondis. 

He is a gradate of die Uni- 
versity of Miami in Ohio and 
for Ac past five Y^ars l»s been 
an aecouM executive sridi Fnm- 
cis I. DuPoiM, Inc. , 



Dnrii^ his first year with die, Kellam and t 



Virgitiia Beach Jaycees. Vance 
served as seaetaryanl « yfce 
imraiitoit elect fov die cc^aoq;^ 
year. 



• Appreciadvehr acMod 
tiie deed for four tots eo ijip- 
foied Indepeddenoe BoMJprit 
dn^ed to the city by T>0. 

Oimtopoulus. 

9 Agreed to plHvhase %Jdk 
acie site on ProfidBi 
^fMiisg WoodMock: 
ti^* Spbool for futuie 
expaMkNt CoH^ii die 
will be $29,M0. 

• ft^ed m first re«dtB| an 
ofdiiMsce^tfa^Uai % pfl^ 
law library »t d% HaH «^ kt 
financed ibr<M^ a $1 feeTdfa 
each ci^ case tte(| in Gtp^ 
Com aai 50 oents on «ii«i 
a»N fited in lower court. 

PasMd «i second 
rea^i^ tj|» foiowtng i 
ationi: $14,000 for dra 
•North Virginia Beac 
for drain^^ lit SM« 
Pleasure Hou^ Roacf, ' m^ 
$20.^7 l<x die Seaiick Vdt^ 
teer Fire Depnrtmenf. . ^ ^ 

■'■■ mm,. 

ion-Pirniii 
ti^ Set 

VIRGINL\ BEACH — The 
five state icfiatorial Canutes 
are scheduled to speak at two 
non-partisan political rallies set 
i^xt mondi m Viifhiia 9|feGta. 

The fiht.«41Ue Md at tphion 
Kempsvlile Htgb $«luif» liM«e 3 
from 8 to 10 p.m. uadtr wjfftr 
sorriiip of the, Commhle* 1**- 
Civic Improvement^ 

Princess Anne Hifk 
will be die locatiiiii of; 
ond rally planned for 
at S p.m, ptfder sf 
die Le9gae of Wc 
Council of Civic ' 
Tidewkter Mental 
cl^on, Virginia Bea< 
Relations Council and 
fardsan |roups. 

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M\CH - Ti? 

Mte Anne Beverlty 

, i AMes Sreith \piiit- 

pMGC awtoitiBy eveou^ 

.#:M. in GitflM Eirffpo- 

ch. Tlic Rev^ Elmer T. 

n MiimefoU per- 

doutie-ruig candle 

, 'ny -„.. 

bride is the daofjbHet of 
Mrfttd Mn. Rj^urd Lyi« 
Kwn t tty and Ifie -Ividafroon s 
' " * Mr. And Mrs. htm- 
Whittcn ofBir- 
AMMour: 
in iharriage 






;d portrait neck- 
red with H^ 
bplldpiffc was a 
tength Venetian 
lace mantilla and 
white orchids on a 
wift a cascade of 
and ttephanotis. 
HcOry t>f Alex- 



WKlria, the maid of honcM-, 
cho^ an aqua ^nen floor length 
^^Ih with a trahi of deep tur- 
9iiQm liMfl attached by an 
aqua^bow to the t»a<± icdop 
neck and she carried an mm 
boaquet of sbmtti daisiiss. ^ 
Mde's attendatts, dress^i ^- 
Aufy to tte naid of honor, w^e 
Mm Joje* Leenird oi WjHr 
opie, ^?i»iU)i4inuita, Mks Betty 
T^Vie tf^DanvWe, Mist Joan 
V«Aian itf Rk^niond, and Mm 
Tnidy ^tcMo. Juokm^ bridf^ 
maid wm Miss Oaife Kamm 
of Roan)ke. 

Mir. WbjMen was best man 

lor his scm. Groomsm^ were 

teofr Ch-. Jaa^ G. Smith <tf Wawkto- 

,_^. jT* i^, T1<yl|ia, Jesie L. VWiktea of 

train stadi W^mijif^ Delaware, Albeit A. 

tiwK to- QMiiiJl of BirmiffijNffl, Richard 

-'* -"'' Bryan of A<lanta, and T. E 

Whaler, Jr. of New York City. 

A reo^tion was held at ^ 

Cavalier Yacht «nd Country 

Club. After a wecMiqg tri|) to 

^rmuda, the ocHicrie wiH iive Jn 

NoffoH. 



fuH 



ING 
HEil 

RGINIA IeaCH— M; 
held ly^ntly . 
Bevteto ICen..^ 
Smith vwtten {^ 
Uii)g wMbh was hehl 
itarday. 

(^^ktail iMrties were 

One was hosted by Mr. 

* W. W. McClanan, Jr. 

ood Drive, and tfie 

at th^ home of Mt. 

rp. Robert L. Turner of 

Colony Drive. 

luncheon was given at the 

Ti«e Irin by Mr.,in4.>frs. 

'. Adams and Mrs. N. L 

tml Kirs. Laf rence |. 

\fK Bnwi^ara, tli^ 
I's omm, Wvf W 
Ifal din^ at the Cipe 

rntty Clyb wfii 
Bridal tui^phr 
h4m only, and af«s 
Kg James Wtc^* 
^w^lam.Mrt.* 
(tt^ and Mpss Ti 



vitmMA BkXdi - sirs. 

MtlditMi Bryant was installed as 
R^Nit of the Daughters of 
American R,evolutioa at the in 
stallatk>ii Ivacibon held recent 
ly at «hs White Heron. 

Othpr officers selected to 
serve lor the coming year" were 
inrtjrftod wilii Mrs. T. H. FaH- 
wed «a vice regent; Mr*. D. Y. 
Mtlboii, trcaswer; Mrs. Fr«l M. 
Robinaon, oorre^nding secre- 
tary; Mn. D. M. Moore, re- 
cording secretary; Mrs. Bernard 
White, historian; Mrs. James A. 
C«rr, librarian; Mrs. ft-andon 
Booker, curator; and Mrs. T. 
W. ^^ as r^istrar. 

Mre. M. V. Tynp 8, an asso- 
<liia.&^ member, was a specif 
guest who installed the new of- 
ficers. Also present as guests 
were Miss P*t Creo, receiver of 
Ae DAR Good Citizenship 
Award, and her guardian, Mrs. 
fUjfd McComb; Mrs. Raymond 
Yoiing, Mrs. Grover Outland, 
Mrs. Pearl Baker, and Mrs. R. 
li. Fofd. 




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KINGS 6RANT GC - 

VIRGINIA BEACH — New 

officers of the Kings Grant Gar- 
den Club will be installed at the 
annual installation hmcheon to 
bs held today at the Capes and 
Cabana Club. 

Mrs. Herbert L., Moir wiH be 
installed as president; Mrs. 
Thuerman L. Ray, vice presi- 
dent; Mrs. Lee Moss, secretary, 
and Mrs. Fr^pkiia ,Akmm^^^ 
treasurer. 

Three new members will be 
welcomed into the club. Thsy 
are Mrs. Robert Deibler, Mrs. 
George W. Ellis, and Mrs^C M. 
Harris. 



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-Tli« CivAliae G*rd«a Clah ImM iU iaaUlUtim Ivndia^ at 
tk« PrincM* Asm Cawntry Club rvcaatly. N«w vtticmn pict«r«J 
•re (Ult to rifkt) Mr*. Gmti^ M^air*, trcMararn Mn. L. O. 
Ctark, ir^ •■tfaiog pr«>Ml«ati Mr«. Rabcn F; Traat, Jr., flnt vi«« 
prjj.lt^.t, Mn. Robert T. SofWd. tmw^p^nt •••r.tor,, Mw. 
WilliMB H. frown, pr**i4«att Mn. ILtm^mik F. TrMdMv, mmnd 
ttcm preti^Mi Mi Mri. S*««I R. 9n>^^br9>«}«. k*€M^»t 
Mcretarjr. Mr*. Cilmor* Tiibre^ wm th* inatolKlit •##««!*■ 
■ / . - , ■ -- - I - i**mil PWt» br PaJriek) 



Undleum Fbor» 

Indiviilually De»|^wd 



to UF OF (m; 

m> — Three Vk- 

««Bea wereeiec^ 

fo aerve with ^ 

mition of Garden 

state wide meetii^ 

)iph L. Payne iis$ 
9» ataadiag ct^- 
Hbrtjcuhuft MifR- 
Andrew Johiuon ap- 
r ftxyects; and Mrs. 
^_. Culpepper b a niMi- 
'tihc President's advisory 
'.ummi^toe. 

Mn."pflK;r O. Utt of tyttdi- 
^^ wil etocled.and instating as 
#m^K % scfve tm the 1965- 
*W7 fifftn. 



BIRBdECK POINT 
GJUt^N CLUB 



mSEN AlWlTEI^m 

GR^AT NECK — Mf. ^ 
Mra. W. h. 0^ of Bt<md 
l^y i*otnt recently otHserv^ Aeir 
SOtb wedding anniv^^ry. 

lliek ^yren, Mr. and Mn. 
W. L. 1^^ Jr., Mr. imd Mts. 
G. Np^ 0t r^olk, and 
, tm. 4. F- Morris of 
._^), UX^. h^ a re^i^iji^ 
in their hofiot at 2J28 Burbn 
thive. 

y^.A Mbrth C^?^ 
mme^ i^ copnectc^ .^ „ 
I^Mam B««(^ School system 

1M)<^ j#|d toe a s^terti^ 
PiUfl^ s|td; *'tle Ht 

le iiiliii«4h^yMi i^»n 
tcj really <tepeod cm e^ other 




VIRGINIA BEACH ^ T!|ie 
May meeting of the Birdiwck 
Foint.Ganlen Club was heU at 
the fcome of Mrs, J. W. Viher 
onOu-dinal Road. Co-hostesses 
were Mrs. Robert Crawford, 
Mrs. W. H. Johnsen, and Mrs. 
S. L. Lott. 

As the was ^ last mating of 
^e stason annitail awards were 
presented to the winners. Mrs. 
Waldo Moweii had the mo«t 
points for Airaiuements and 
M^. W. R HamiBon won the 
pria for Horticulture. Mrs. R. 
E. Limroth received the Silver 
Bowl for the best Oiristmas door 
decoratioh. ^ • 

Since the May meeting is the 
birthday party <rf the Club and 
afficera are installed for the 
joining year, there was no oUier 
pfO^ftffl. 

nans were made for. the year- 
ly Buflet Supper given in honor 
<rf tiie ever-helpltel husbands. 
Jimc 12th » the date and the 
setting wiU be the home of H. W. 
LMsay otf Mockingbird Place. 




lEipME • , 

WOMAN'S CLUB 

KEMPSVILLE — Mrs. R. 
M. Whitfield was instalkd m 
president irf the KempsyiUe 
Woman's Club for the coming 
year at the luncheon meeting 
held last week at the White 
Heron. 

Mrs. Evelyn Clark instelled 
the new officers,, and to serve 
with Mrs. Whitfield are Mrs. 
Bruds Jones, lirst vipe presi- 
dent; Mrs. Geoige Jenkins, sec- 
ond vice preskteu; Mrs, Geoe 
Meekin*, third vke presidcijt; 
Mrs. Kitty Gates, recording sec- 
retary; Mrs. Mary Williams, cor- 
respon<fing secretary; Mn. R; H. 
Walker, Jr., treasurer; Mrs. g. 
L. Hudgins, historian; and Mrs. 
R. F. Humphries, parliamen- 
tarian. 

Tlje Kemjwville Woman's Club 
Hone diow, co-sponsc»^ by 
tl^ Kempsville Ruritan Club, 
will be teld.on Ji^ne 25* 26, aix} 
27 on tbe Tidewater Hor^ and 
Pony Association groui^ at 
Greenbrier Farms in Chesa- 
peake, for the benefit of the 
mentally retarded and for other 
civic p^iects. 




iX WOMAN'S ailB 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Tlie 
Princess Anne Woman's CWb of 
Virginia Beach met recently 
at The Pine Tr«e Inn, witji 
Mn. Joseph P. Sat^r, fm vice 
presidem, presiding in the ab- 
sence of Mn. Geo^ A. M- 
dridge, president. 

Guest speaker for the mcetiiw 
was Shel(ton J. Leavitt, pres^ 
dent of the Metropolitan Natural 
Science Cwjter. He described 
the purpc»e and aims of the 
C^to- to ^tablish Natural Sci- 
ence mtt^eums for die yoaft of 
the arM. A film was run by Ekn- 
ais Baker, naturalist and teach- 
er at Frank W. Cox Hi^i 
School, which showed yoiu^ 
people attending ^e mmeums 
m oAer parts of me country. 

Mn. Aubrey N. Holmes, mu- 
sic dtairman, introduced M^ry 
Jane. Uttey of the Virginia 
BeaiA OvK Chorus, vko «ng 
several selections from the 
"Soupd of Mtisic". William Mil- 
ler, musics director .of VJrgmia 
Beach High School wesjhp «&■ 
OQmpanist, Floral arrfit^ments 
for .tl^e ,tablp deporatjons were 
done by Mrs! C. W. Jerni^a. 




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WW* tU« picturo appMrad ia last Tkartday's aditioa of tko 
Saa, tlw oatliM crmlitad tk* Cardiaal Gar4ka Club witk doaatinc 
a hirva ekack to tko beipital. Tk« ckock was aetaallr prcsvntod to 
HospiUl Praoidoat Haatar C. Pkalaa by Mrs. Raabaa Traat Jr. «a 
bakair of tka CAVALIER GARDEN CLUB. Tko Sua rafr.ts tkis 
(PWta ky Padrick) 



arror. 



BAKE SALE SAT, 

VIRGINIA BEAOi — A 
Bake Sale wiU be sponsored by 
the Daughters of American, Vir- 
ginia Beach Coupcil No. 8, on 
Saturday beginning at 10 a.m., 
at the home of Mrs. Alice Litch- 
field, 2410 Atlantic Avenue. 




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Bmffbotf hm tUp at tm0 ot 

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SpaoGiaf, At Mrint Sm a R«ytor 
W yM*re ia the muta fcr a hoae. 





CstesfUrictsssi 



J. B. WITHERS 
& CO. 

AaP SHOPPrNG CB«TBt 
PHONE 428-IM1 



TffiEWATER ROSE 
SOCIEH 

NORFOLK — John M 
Leach of Smkhfleld, Virginia, a 
member of the Tidewater Rose 
Society was awarded four rib- 
bons for his entriei in the Penin- 
sula Rose Soctety's 'Rose ^low 
held tast ^i^eknKl in Hampton. 

•Leach won a Wuc ribbon lor 
his hybrid tea rose, "Garden 
Party", a red ribbon lor "Char- 
lotte Armstrong", in 4>ud; a ted 
for "Aiigd Wings"; and a yel- 
low rlMwn for iiis entry 
"Fatmers Wife". 

Attending the Peninsula Rose 
Show were Mr and Mb. E, 
Tippo of Vtrginffl Beach', Mr. 
and Mn. Fred Wallace of Nor- 
folk, and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. 
Leach <rf Smithfield, all mem- 
bers of the Tidewater Rom 
Society.' 



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UINGHEON SET 

VIRGWIA BEACW -- llie 
Council of Garden Chil»>will 
hold a hinoheon at the Bow 
Creek County Oiri> on June 2 
at noon. 

Members of all Viipnia 
Beach garden clubs are asked 
to make reservations through 
Mrs. M. J. Schwartz, 2423 
Plantation Drive, or phone 340- 
8475. ' 

The price of the luncheon is 
$2.00. 



fomi 's socim OF 

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 

BAYSIDE — Tlie Woman's 
Society of Christian Service; of 
the Baylake Methodist diurch, 
heid'tjwir annual rec^icm for 
mw menrtSffl Thursday ni^it, 
at 7:30 p.m. at Baylake Method- 
ist Oiuroh. As the new mem- 
bers approached the tea t^le, 
each wa« given a corsage and 
a candle to light. As the li^t 
from the newly lighted candles 
grew and grew in the dark room 
so the Society president, Mrs. 
E. T. Hamlett, reminded the 
members that the Society grows 

^SOt 

The 'centerpiece of spring 
flowers and candles was made 
by Mrs. B. I. Waters. 

The following iww members 
were welcomed into the Society: 
Mrs. Cecil Wcekley, Mrs. B. L. 
Trapnell, Mrs. J. A. Vigno<i, 
Mrs. G. T. Hawkins, Mrs. L. E. 
Ethison, Mrs. L. F. Willett, 
Mrs. C. R. Jbhnson and Mrs. 
R. E. Musser. 

The Society elected the fol- 
lowing new officers who will be 
installed during a church service 
early in June: president, Mrs. 
W. L. Overstreet; vice presi- 
dent, Mrs, (J?. F. Pratt; secretary, 
Mrs. W. W. Huffn^n, treasurer, 
Mrs. J. F. Brooks. Tlw foHow- 
ing chairmen were apppint;:d: 
membership and cultivation, 
Mrs. E. /. Ponttfex; Oiristian 
social relation, Mrs. Cary Quiii- 
cy; spiritual life, Mrs. A. J. Gi- 
bilaro; program material, Mrs. 
G. T. Hawkins; campus minis- 
try, Mrs. J. L. Drye; supply 
work, Mrs. E. T. Hamlett; mis- 
sionary education, Mrs. Delmar 
Walker, Jr.; local diurch activi- 
ties, Mrs. E. C. Burks; kitchen 
chairman, Mrs. C I. Simpson; 
SNAD, Mrs. N. C. Britt. 

The Circle Chairmen for the 
commg year are: Mary McAden, 
Mrs.'H. S. Ernst, Jr., Ruth Rey- 
nolds, Mrs. W. W. Gentry, Nan- 
cy Xang, Mrs. J-, Everett, Jr., 
Beth Conerly, Mrs. E. M. Cook, 
Doris Bartlett, and Mrs. H. G. 
Bland. 



AUCTION TO BE 






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BY OLGA B)WAm 



HELDl^. 




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.-I. .' „«— J *u» ;-i o«A_ of Hawaiian leis with fish of 



(l^ft to Hfkt) Zora 9oo jr, aad Mrs. Dorotky Saew. 

^Sfy popular annual 
Luau of the Bay Harbour Club i 
was held Friday night for mem- 
\»t% and guests. Jduuiy Pine. 
vpi^ with his famous orchestra 
and dancers made this Luau a 
complete success 

The decoratic^ were Iwauti^- 
ful and quite unusual. The pine- 
apirfe was quite promment m 
the decorations throughout Ac 
club. Hw foyer <tf tte ^ah 
decorations was the response 
Mity of B. J. Plifl!l|M andTittvii 
Branch. In the center of tfic 
foyer was a sHver fountain 
flowing where the guests could 
help tfiemselves to mai tai, an 
authentic Polynesian pundi. The 
table on which the fountain was 
sitting was compl^ely surround- 
^ by palm leaves and lotus 
4^9om3 and in the tw c kg rou n d 




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(loft to rifkt) Nana Kaaa^, Jokaay naaanl«u f -f ajft 
CakatoB, Laaaa^ T«Mt Midi t alfonl Gakoto*. 



aged to attend the special auc- 
tion to be sponsored by thrM 
Kings Daughters Circles at the 
Cavalier Beach and Cabana 
[Club in the Panarama room on 
Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 
noon. 

The Virginia Beach Circles 
staginr; the auctipn are the Bea- 
con, Harbor, and Atlantic. 

No admissun is required. AH 
Mocee(te will benefit the Kings 
Daughters H<»pkad 



Motel-Resort Managers Training 

MEN, WOMEN OR COUPLES 



Wo taack yoa to ^vsdify for aa axcallaat , salary plas yoar 
apartmoat as a motol-rosart aiaaacar. Lira aad work ia a , 
locatioB aad climata ofuyPir ekoico. Now motols, kotols Had 
rosorts aro boiag bailt '^^orery day. Maay opportunities for 
■taaagors aad assistaat maaagars. Yen will bo traiaad at our 
laxury motel. All ages — - Opaaiags coast to coast. EiaploynoaC 
assistance; low taitioa bodgot terms availaklo. WRIT^ NOW 
FOR PERSONAL INTERVIEW . . . GIVING TELEPHONE 
NUMBER TO . . . 

MOTEL MANAGERS TRAINING CORP. 

p. O. BOX 231 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 



WE BRIDGE THE GAP 

When newcomers move to town, our Hostess greets 
them, and extends a welcome with the personal 
messages of our friendly, dvic-minded sponsors: 

CROSS GALLERIES<-3C0S VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. , 

JOHN'S TV SALES A SERVICE— a67 N. LYNNHAVEN RD. 

McDONALO'S HAMBURGERS— VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. 

MOY'S TEA SHOP— JM>9 VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. 

OCEANA PHARMACY— 1709 VIRGINlX BEACH BLVD. 

PLAZA MOBIL GAS-v-339t VIRGINIA BEACH BLVDJ|I 

VIRGINIA COACH CAMPER CORP.— 1724 LASKIN RD. 

BAYSIDE PHARMACY— 4a01-A SHORE DRIVE 

EMRHAE FORD— iai7 PLEASURE HOUSE RD. 

SHOkE DRIVE.IN THfiATRE~^T. 60. SHORE OR. 

THE COTTAGE WIG * BEAUTY SALON— 
4860 SHELL RD.— ROBBINS CORNER 

SINCLAIR OIL CO.— 209 E. UTTLE CREEK RD. 

BEAUTY COUNSELOR 

BE-LO SUPERilARKETS 

WKVK 

THE VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 




home of pests 
this easy way 

Phone for fret inspection 
855-0157 

TERMINIX CO. JNC. 

"Servtng All Tidewater" 
^ NATimiWiOi 

Mrri AND 



aH colors interaiingled. Our 
congratulation^ tto B. J. PUdlpg 
and Travli fcinch. Guests seen 
standing around talkii^ in the 
early part of the evening wwe: 
Mr. and Mn. Gene AbaidM, 
Mr. aiM Mrs. WBIfaua McCoy, 
Mr. awl Mis. A. E. Cele^ Mr. 
emi Mrs. Dave Mffler, Mr. ami 
Mn. I. Verdon aiki Mr. mmI 
Mn. H. A. Aubcrs. 

Hawaiian shifts both long and 
^KMt were worn by the iadier, 
the men wore sport shirts, sladks, 
Hawaiian ^raw hats and bright 
leis. Two oi the most outstand- 
ing sliifts were worn by Mrs. 
John James and Mrs. B. J. 
PUilips. Seen at the buffet tabte 
were: Mr. and Mis. Fete Mmv 
den, Mr. and Mrs^ F. Solcf, Mr. 
and Mrs. R. J. T^er, Mr. aad 
Mn. Oayton S^nnalMr, Dr. 
and Mra. J. Bowman, Joim Ad- 
dcttbrook, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. 




TERMI 



CONTROL 



[rMdn the right h8Mi 

Mdagfirtieedfo 
liRhqfstMfc. 

MMsartaiyRstiM. 



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GREETING 



MRS. MAI^ARRT LOWMAN, 
HOST^S 



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Everybody hn a tip or two oa wba/l 
to kwk for ia a houie. A RMltar* 
has. all the tips— on vihie, hKatioo, 
flnandng, die ttmAtL See a Realtor 
if you're in the insrket tot a home. 



Iwiii fnf, Rii wit 
uwjri mMor 
cMdisplairit 

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bdsoroitaissiNM. 
tar «f «w litri Msitf arf i< an NsSmI / 

UNGHORNE 

INSURANCE 
AGENCY 

2606 PACIFIC AVE. 

PHONE 428-6461 

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MiHer. 

Talking with rtie Hawaiian 
dancers, we were able to lind out 
that these young afldies stut 
dancmg lessons and the art of 
Hawaiian dancing very young. 
Most of them start this art at the 
eariy age of eight. Nani Kao- 
noU, LcUaai Gdicton and Lei- 
momi GiMMlon are sisters. Uhwh 
TwBg jofaied the group. Nani is 
the cnly (me nrarried and ^e is 
marriea to the drummer of die 
band, Jdmny Pineapple's tooth- 
er. 1^ Tonf has an A.S. De- 
gree in business, Lcilairf was a 
secretary at the University of 
California Medical center, IM- 
momi was with nftllipino Ballet 
of folk dancing. Nani designs 
and makes all the costumes. 

Jotamy Finable studied at 
the JulMrd School (^ Muw; 
and has made several recordii^ 
and albums. PMl Btktt gave 
him die name of Johnny Pine- 
apple. 

Dancing during the eve^ig 
were: Mr. and Mrs. Tnivis 
Brandi, Mr. and Mn. Joe 
Plid|M, Mr. and Mis. R. H^ 
■edy, Mr. and Mn. W|iam 
Keitam, Mr. and Mrs. L.'i^eir- 
end!, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Con* 
9(^0, Mr. md Mrs. JtAnXaw, 
Mr. Md Mrs. K. V. Brocfaiey- 
er, 1^. ittd Mrs. Hanit Ouow, 
Mr. and IVfrs. Jimmy O^MJKHpe, 
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. SfekUand, 
Mr. and Mrs. Cari »feClaii, Mr. 
«mI Mbrs. M. C^naron, Mr. and 
Mrs. R. E. Mahnisldt, Mr. and 
Mrs. George Oi^pcnf tfg, aad 
Mn. W. G. UenlMig md Mn. 



Ann nUaAaaf. 

"Wfe flo*or show start«f with 
the Hawaiian young ladies sing- 
ing witfi Johnny PinMpple and 
the orchestra. Then foltowed 
the Hawaiian dancing. Hie 
costumes of the dan«rs were 
outstanding in design and <^or, 
lAiaiw Tong ferouf^t Ae house 
down with ai>plaiise ' when 
completed her dance "im. 
•Rock and RoB DoU". The 
show completed, fcMir ladies at- 
tending the Luau wo-e ^ked to 
CKmie up and dance with the 
Hawaiian girls as thcv *owed 
them 1k>w to folliiw. Mrs. Rtoy 
Jane IVfeCov, Mrs. Etb^' ^olter, 
Mrs. Ola ^teiddand and Mis. 
Nam? . McOecs were chatm. 
Mrs. Nancy fiM^tm was given 
a boMe <tf ^hampa^e as a prijse 
for the best participant. Next 
were the men an'tf believe me it 
seemed a lol < easier to get the 
men to participate than the 
women. The' men were: Hank 



sr '"o "'• -'--«• ^A^'^&Hi'^ri^ 



Sdes. Soiqe K^jthe'^men being a 
little on the heavy side mads- it 
rather hard to ^t the grass 
skirts around then\. Hank Cal- 
low was the winnM"of the cham- 
I»gne for the men. BoA win- 
ners were taught as they danced 
by Nani Kaomrtd. Aloha. 

COONTRY DAY 
SPRING DANCE 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
annual Country Day School 
Spring Dance was held recently 
at the Hague Club in Norfolk, 
with music supplied by the 
Chambers, 

Chaperoning the .affair were 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hofheim- 
er, Lt. and Mrs. Henry Wiili- 
mon. Captain and Mrs. John 
Bolina: and Dr. and Mrs. Tk>- 
mas Royer. 

Members of the committee 
were Gloria Adkisson, chair- 
man; Kathleen Baroo, Jo Anne 
Mervis, Colleen Hayward. iLes- 
hey Williams, Patricia Watts, 
Mary Motley,- and Retta Owp- 
land. 



RDMNAGE SALE 

SEATACK — Seatack Com- 
munity Center will hold a Rum- 
mage Sale on May 29 from 10 
a.m., till 6 p.m. The Ccwnmittee 
of "die Center wiH sponsor the 
sale for the^berttfit of tfie buildii^ 
<rf die Center. 




LUANA TONG wko 
tke HaU Rock aad Roll DaU. 





CAVALIER BEACH 
AND CABANA 
CLUB OPENS 

VIRGINIA B^€H - 
alier Beadi and Catena 
unde^ the man^ement (^ 
ard A. Holcombe, Jr., wiH Md 
oj^ning night festiviti« F^^ 
ni^t featuring (Larry M»^^ 
the trandstand <tf ti» famnia 
star-lighted Siirfside Deck. . t : 

A gormet breakfast w0I 
served at 12:30 a.in. untH 1 
a.m. 

Saturday ewnihg buffets at^ 
again be featured wkh iim^tt> 
tional dishes from Oief Kfict^ 
Beres, a European trained ^1^"' 

POOISIDEH 

LINKHORN PARK — A 
pooiside picnk: will be i0A ^ 
the Linkhimi Park GardwrijgK 
on Jud«^ 4 at II a.iii. tf^K 
home <^ Mr. and Mrs„ TMtt' 
W. Howaid, Jr., 104 HcW^ 
iRoa4 LinHMwn Park. 

Serving on ite aodai com- 
mklee ifkk Mrs. Hm s wd 
Nfo. Malkvy II. Famel 
Mrs. W. F. Fol^. 





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'vMch nisHsiwM Cwp* 
Ownm* of Thf 



Vurginia Beach Si^ 



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ftrlnklng bHvtrt^A Rifl Mazard 




. WHeti we firtt returned to Vir||if)ta Beach 
thrtte montht 9190, ^m were a^jtfwd at 
itie increase In tralfit and the wbriening 
" traffic conditions. We rert^mt^r v*4ieH 
wer«>1ots less vehicle loH \m 
I driv^, arni (xrtainly lott less 
. „ it». One astonished did not last lorlg. 
#1 m^ to settle cteWrt te rt\e letlouS 
reatity of driving on the (^^ngest^ majw 
rta^ C o ng ja sfiy , speeders, inexf^iMioKi 
iftHf, |l^>MMt «^ ^ nM 1^ the 
le^ 4*^mnt rttotoriats, "joy-H^" and 
"tpII^M^" m el) M ertou^h, M 
e# iWrtWi^i #iv*l to iH this, and fMvH^ 
bpim$ a mm Hezird. ^^rQitila leei£ 
11^ dlf^imf ^m •>» (^her place in t^ 
*"^'"^ treffte ^^Wtti, but being 
IMP itie, we are fac»d wtifi 
J 0^iMe^ ;tf drivtMTt in a reia- 
^tort ^iHid «f wme. 
heve Mthing a^ainat the me # 
.On Ihe epntraty, *(Wi ^ he^ 
rWfM to My ^i»Ut its Edntrolled U«l M iM 
ym^ to ^Htt. tut do M that aMe^ 
hit no plM» en the M^tey. Itie 
^M| 8f ^ driver ur^er ^ ln$/enw 
of atc^k)) are cAjvious. FMrthermor^ they 
N^ biirit s^ed over and over again. 
f^&>tf9vm', in many cases the warrjings, are 

elf i«nor««l- th^ are nearly f|ir«|i 
M»n^ arfetts fer drunk driving in the 
M ^9*9^' ^^ Y^'^- T^«s '< <iPf>ali- 
M0. iUf WN^ miny aire ndt caught? And 

1^ meny ar» involved in accidents 

' ') iftjOry and death? The use of 

causes 9 certain uplift and feeling 

, With «*t>4rded highways and 

ItotemObiles, ullllft and a feeling 

If ft m\ neednd. They Are just 

iments to safety. 

abaolutfly M«tnst the drinking 

driver, m mfiftve any punish- 

.gj>»»> if »f»i wHeh apprehended, 






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Agricultttral J^jwit 

Ity I. R. -DICK" COCKRiU, JR. 



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he richly AiliHv#, We have f» «yrtipathy 
ftar drinking dfi'^s. 

Otie ^ the bi||Ml problems thaf exists 
is conviction of ^pt arrested. The so 
called "Implied ^w^tt" law, which re- 
qUiriBs a sample of tHe offenders blood to 
be taken for analysis, has a great number 
of loopholfes in ft, ahd convictions have 
drop|»ed off sherply since its institution, 
9nd even further since its pecent revision. 
the-Politfe Chief of Virginia Beach has said, 
"It (Implied Cor»ent) ties the hands of 
policemen. It protects the criminal rather 
thin the public. It's time to give the police- 
mah a freer hand." We certainly agre»B, and 
advocate an airtight law. designed 'to rid 
tfie tie^ of tttt drinking driver menace. 
A Norfolk Judge says he believes jail sen- 
ter^^ should be mandatory on the first 
Wftvictlon of drunk driving. Again we 
Agree, tn fact there are few penalties sug- 
gested that we <»nnot agree with. But there 
t| one. In Bulgaria, second drunk driving 
convictions are punishable by death, and 
the sentence is invariably carried out. Al- 
though We would heve some difficulty 
agreeing with that. It may not be as harsh 
ai it sounds. Habltuat drinking drivers in 
Arrjerica are generally sentencing them- 
selves tp death. The pathetic and useless 
part of this self-impcwed Sentence is that so 
many innocent drivers and pedestrians are 
sentenced to death also in the fulfillment 
of the drunk driver's sentence. A^ny other 
innocents are maimed or crippled for life. 
The time has come to take a searching 
look at this problem and to do something 
about it. It must begin with good laws and 
good law enforcement. Apparently this is 
the only way out, since the drinking driv- 
ers themselves choose to disobey the exist- 
ing laws, and continue to be a real hazard. 






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A "Warm" Welcome 




\im\, We hdee It is a "warm" 
H»Urists, that is. But 
jnts of nature 
,, 1^ on the fore- 
Ilk^ ^ f^e this oppor- 
mtir mh "W»rm" wekome 
iM» ir^ fhf new tourist season. 
i^.M^MA ^)l ^^^kehd. It will really 
n^r^ Irrto high gear early next month, and 
it won't end until after the Mid-Atlantic 
$hrtm Gcmvention in late September. 

Tbw-e ia no single industry as important 
to the econdfny and to the people of Vir- 
ginia Beaeh tHan the tourist industry. Not 
wily It it Inr^iortent to thfe busiriessmen 
ateng the ocaanfront, but it is an alt 
ffi^ixtant ^aspn'to all the merchants ot 
^jihUa te^, regardless of location. Ob- 
■/busly th$ tourist season is a boon to the 
economy of the Virginia Beach Borough. 
This is the resort area, and the area where 
the concentration of tourists is most evi- 
dent. It is the time of the year when the 
•Is, motels, restaurants, gift shops and 
!ike ?re in full swing, but this does not 
«f the full storv of the importance of our 
■JMiilii, theloufW 

the mArchenti ^11 ecfots the sprawling 
cify of Vlr^itiia B^at^ can expect an up- 
sw4m) In business, simply because 5f the 
irt-tlme residents. To reach the 
the tourists must pass through 
ere large arid small shopping 
its ire. Clftiinly they will do 
-*-* tft»re.^id It must be f^. 
'V whf^ cbmds into Virginia 
jmmer months, the 
nents can be made in the 
'Ke rest of the year, 
s ^U not « large indus- 
^ th^ are distinct 

4"lt '"^ ^^ '^ *^ 
■A the meMtime, tourism 




Is our largMt industry. It behooves ail of 
us, wno enjoy perrhanerit residence in the 
World's Largest Resort City, to greet the 
summer residents with open arjns, and to 
encourage their favorable impression of 
us. Only in that way can we expect them 
to conrie back again next year, and for 
many years to come. ' 

For our part, we welcome the tourists to 
our fair city and offer any help we can give 
them to make their stay just that much 
more enjoyable. Of course, it goes with- 
ou^t saying I4iat we welcome the additional 
summer readers and any comments or criti- 
cisms fhby may have. 1 
^ Lest we sound entirely 'mercenary 
through the fone of this commentary, we 
want to say to the tourists, "Welcome. We 
are glad to .see you, and we hope you will 
enjoy all the facilities of ©Ur city. We Iwpe 
you will take time to see ALL of our city, 
not just the oceanfront. We feel we have 
much to offer you, and we feel that you. 
Simply by cSMHing here have much to offer 
us. We are not just interested in how much 
YpM Can offar our ecoriomy. We are in- 
terested in-making Virginia Beach your 
hortlfe away frtom home. We are interested 
in having yoii leave with a "warm" glow 
where we arie concerrwd and in having 
you come back often, not fust during the 
sUrhmer siaion. take a good look around 
while you are here. It's a wonderful place 
to live, twelve months of every year. Let 
US know how we may be iif further service 
H you. We Vfepeat, you, the tourists, are 
very important to us. In every way," 

yki the t96^ surtimer tourist season gets 
uts^rway, \^ all of us extend to you a 
m<Kt "warm" #nd cord^l wehioiwe. We're 
glad to have ydu here irV^rte ^ thl fastest 
greying ar^ m the East C^st. 



There is a peculiar species of bug that 
inihabits our lafKi/artd that can best be de^ 
scribed as one of the most despicable 
insects tsat roams the earth. This bug has 
utter disregard for beauty, and has no 
thought for, other species. This bug has 
been around for centuries', and there have 
been unending efforts to exterminate him, 
all to no avail. Tlireats of fine and impris- 
onment hysve failed tp deter him. ConverT- 
tional bug killers dcrnb good because he is 
too large. His species seems to be quite 
prolific. His number is increasing ii'en 
more. The problem remains. Only the hu- 
man animal has the ability to reason. This 
bug does not. The LfTTERBUG is with us, 
and is a real social problem. He must be 
stamped out.. Efforts are afoot at least to 
control him right here in Virginia Beach. 
But, in addition, we must appeal to the 
bug himself to leave Virginia Beach alone. 
If there is any quality of the human animal 
left iri hjm. perhaps he will heed our 
appeal. 

In recent weeks, we have commended 
the efforts of the Virginia Beach Beautifi- 
cation Commission on its formation and 
its long range pUns atKl aims. Besides 
beautificatibn, one of the major purposes 
of the ambitious organization is "to take 



all such reasonable action as may be appro- 
prrate to condemn «nd dlstSufa^e ttie tare- 
less disposition of trash arid al| other kinds 
of litter." This is all the commission can do. 
The rest is up tp th§ Jitterbug. Thftie are 
monetary penalties imposed when a bug 
is caught, but since there is si^h fl^^tant 
disobedience to thfe l^w, enforcement is at 
^i^jdifficuit.x ^ — ^ 

Jwe, Who live i^pginia ISeicfiJiave 
n^arty roacfs and sfre^ of which we can 
be proud. The wide boulevards create an 
attractive setting for the resort city. But it 
is hard to s$.e thej grass, shrubs, and sand 
for the waste paper, beer cans^ and empty 
cigarette packs. ^ y is 7p^ ,,^ .^: 

There is another inherent danger in lit- 
tering at Virginia Beach. Broken bottles 
and twisted cans get buried in the sands 
of our beaches for others to find trough 
ah injury^ Picnicers on the non-patroled 
beaches think nothing of leaving their 
garbage for the next picnicer. 

There is nothing that we can do about 
this problem, except appeal to the4 litter- 
bugs to practice the rules of good common 
sense. Any list of rules would be redun- 
dant. All we want to see is a clean and 
beautiful Virgln[a Beac^. * 



OVEBLOAD PROTECTION FOR ELECTUC MOTM^ 

One important ilem is often ov»\ook^ when ^ectric moton 
arc installed. Ttib is overl<^ ^otect»D toi tiie mmor. Such m 
oversight can cause expensive repair bills. 

An electric/ motor is a willing worker — it ke^ ri^ oe 
trying no matter how mucti it's overloaded. Most electric mokM^ 
will develop twice their rated 'horsepo>wr for a limifed time. 

If overloading continues, however, the motor ^ts b(A enough 
to burn the insulation off Ae wiodii^. When this l»^ns, the 
motor is "bumed-out" and r«idy for the junk fae^, or an au^ 
pensive rewinding job. 

- ^ Motors can be protected by a device that automMically «topt 
It before windings get hot enough to cause damage. What i| , 
amounts to is a form of insurance — insurance against motor burn-' 
outs. 

There are four ways to protect motors again^ overlomto. 
They include:. built-in overload protection, time delay fi»e, man- 
ual starting switch with overkmd protectioh, and m^pMtk; staitfai| 
|wUd) with ck^erkad protectran. 

-As the name su^ests, burtt-in overload proteetiee-^ jMrt ^ 
the motor by oje manufacturer. If protection is not boHt in, yo^ 
must use one of the other three methods to protect your motor. 

There are two types of buih-in prot«^ors — 'the automatic rest 
and the manual reset. These devkes sense the heat of a motor wd 
stop k before damage is don^. 

The automatk reset type will re-start the motor aft«- k Qooh 
down. It's dangerous to use a motor with automatic reset over- 
load protection for certain applications. A bench saw is a good 
example. In this case, |he motor o^t start automatically ^tet 
an overload and could ))ossiMy caaSi injury, the automatic resel 
type is a good choice where motors work unattended. EjUmplef. 
of tiiis type application are motors which drive ' waier puRipt 
and refrigeration compressors. 

If a motor has manual reset protection, you'll find a reset 
button on the motor. If the motor is overloaded and stx^, yoU; 
must push the reset button before it will start again. 

A motor with automatic reset gives no outward sign ft liai 
buik-in ovcrioed proftKtkHi. Yoo mast tot* tm the nan^phite to 
determine whether it has buik-in protection of the automatic r^cT 
type. a 

OILY SUBSTJtNCt 



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VIRGINIA BEACH — Those who ventured to tfie ocean's 
edge last weekend, from tapproximately 14th Street to 84th Street, 
found much evidence of an old enemy. Oil, dumped from a ship, ., 
all but covered a large area of the shoreline. Complaints Ironi 4 
bathers and residents of Virgttik Beach poured into ifaec^c^ 
of the Chamber- dfCdmmfe^-S fir . ' TU JM^ t fiy,! 1 



The Fairest of The Fair 



We are not sure who to bUme, and we 
are sure who is at fault, but the controversy 
surrounding the runner-up in the MiSs 
Norfolk contest qualifies as a big mess. 

It all started with k young Virginia 
Beach residfent ehteHr^g tfe Miss Norfolk 
contest. She is a graduating senior at 
Princ^ Anne High School jyirginia Beach), 
and/niS been accepted as k student at Old 
Dominion College (Norfolk) this fall. She 
came in secorld in the Miss Norfolk contest, 
and beeitne next in line to represent Nor- 
folk in the Miss Virginia Contest, ^ould 
there be any reason why the winner could 
not s^Vil. A storm of controversy grew out 
of a Norfolk resident's protest that a Vir- 
ginia Naqh gli-l could be rept-esenting 
Norfolk. The tempest in the teapot grew 
so fhaf ttie youHy lady Ih question was 
disqualified. 

Fftif 6f all; i^rhaps a Virginia Beach 
girl should not have entered fhe Norfolk 
contest, but because she tiad already been 
actep>^d at a ISIdrfolk College, she ap- 
parerftly thought she was in the right. The 
officials of the Norfolk xroiitest apparently 
ignonsd the fact that she should have been 
enrolled, not |ust accepted. One official 
had the audacity to imply that ^e rule was 
ignored because the girl's talent served to 
round out the Contest. To our way of 
ifiinking, that's on» heck of art excuse. 

Because the Miss Virginia Conte^ Is 
being hf Id so late in tfie summfir, this same 
youngL lady, now eligible t6 enter the 
yirgintA leiaeh don^st could not (if she 
ikmi\4 »^m) be m tj«ijt yfttr'* MiA Viffluli 



Contest. The Virginia Beadh pageant is too 
late. We firmly believe that Virginia Beach 
should have its own contest in time to 
supply a contestant in the Miss Virginia 
pageent every year. 

But back to thfi( single young lady In 
question. Upon her disqualification as Miss 
Norfolk runner-up, she reportedly said' she 
would try again in a couple of years, Wihgn 
she is a Norfolk college student. We won- 
der why she had not considered becoming 
a contestant in the Miss^j Virginia Beadh 
confest, since she actually does reside in 
Virginia Beach, particularly since Norfdk 
tiad showed such lack of interest in he/ 
qualifications. 

But be that as it may, we wilj welcome 
the entrance of Miss Jo Anna Smelser,, into 
the Miss Virginia Beach contest this August, 
. regardless of her apparant partiality to 
Norfolk. And should she win, we will sup- 
port her wholeheartfedly in riext year's 
Miss Virginia Contest. 

We may sound like we are pounding 
out our old familiar theme once more, and 
we are. The time has come for Virginia 
Beach residents, regarciless of where fhey 
have been accepted in college, to start 
"thiViking Virginia Beach". As was obvious 
In this case, there is little love lost between 
thfe residents of Norfolk ahd the residents 
of ViriHnia B^c^. So the time is here that 
we Virgiriia ^wch rsilt^ts stand up and 
be counted on our own. And lest we forget, 
the City of Virginia B^ach includes ALL of 
the city. 



and the City Manager 

The U. S. Army Corps of 
Engineers District Office m Nor- 
folk was notified and on Mon- 
day was investigating the inci- 
dent. The District Engineer's 
Office is charged with preventing 
such occurrences and, in con- 
junction with the Coast Guard, 
with rigid enforcement of of- 
fenses. J- 

A spokesman for the District 
Engineer's Office says that let- 
ters are sent to all major domes- 
tic and foreip:; shipping com- 
panies stating the laws and the 
penalties.' Penakies raqge ft-om 
a fine of $500 tp $2500, rtp to 
a year iiifiprisonnlent. In the 
past, 'sfewtM shifc>irs have re- 
ceived toe makimuhi finfe for 
dumping oil and other refuse 
off Vifgihia Beach. 

According to the s{H)kfcsman, 
patroi bo^lg and ^alies are emt 
frfoyfd jto jfiforcfc ^ lair and 
to s^t (^Bdets; howeVi?f, k 
is im^sstble to appr^eittji til- 
ery lawUlbm(l»-. He says t^ tAw 



BEAllH JAYCEES 
AT CONVENTION 

NORFOLK — The 
Beach chapter of the Jufiidt 
Chamber of- Commerce' was 
well represented at thfe &ate 
convention held at the Golden 
Triangle last weeke^. 

The joke of the year seemed 
to be that the Beach Jaycees in 
openi}^ their hospkalky sui^ 
at ^e hotel found that tiiey h«^ 
reservwl the bridal suite! lii 
these lavish surroundings they 
entertained soma 500 Jaj^w 
and their wives. 

Seen ditihig and danciM tU 
t)tt annual banquet and ^nce 
were the following Jaycees from 
the Beach* Maurice and Mike 
Hunger, Dan and. Jean Heflin, 
Charlie and Nancy Thdit^, 
Bob aiid Marietta Shelly, Don 
and Sara Fentress, Jcrfin and 
Joan Perry, Jack and Temple 
Gamett, Ducky and Mary Ixw 
Darden, Joe and Linda McAd- 
ams, Paul and Sonja Vance, #i- 
iKT and Beth Harrell, Bill and 
Ipry Gaspir, Tyroftie and Dai- 
fWr Evans. E^J and Sara Ixpg, 
CbucK ahd diU DaM, ^ m& 
Frances Staaioh, and kfA\ 
Ivate Jad %emmt ""' 



states that thqi^umpii^ ol oiT 
and other chemkals is iHegai 
inskie a three mile limit or any"* 
where in Chesapeake Bay. A 
more recem taw, agreed upon by s 
fifteen countries, including thtf 
United States, provides that oil" 
cannot be dumped inside a fifty- 
mile limit. However, if an of- ' 
fender is apprehended under 
this law, the information is 
passed along to the puntry in-j 
volved, ahd k is up to tiiaf 
country to prosecute. 

In the most recent incideht, 
&b spokesman says it ts possi- 
ble that the oil was dumped out- 
side ihfc thiTee mile limit, and 
^at "udu8u|l tide and wind cob- 
jptions*' caured the oil to drift 
ashore. However, he describwl 
this possibility as "remote". 

Besides law enforcement, the 
Distribt fenglijecr's Office says 
a strong eddtAtiohal program, 
inchidli^ letters, brochures, r«- 
d\% liew^flper i^id TV, is being 
usfed to watn the shippers. In 
idt|ltion, ihspectots Ironi the d- 
fice board each ship w^en k 
^ks in Haqiptm Roads aiui 
b^ttc i warnfaof itotk^ written 
in four ldngt|a|ie$. 

C^fe aiajor oil coni|Hiiiy has 
ado^isd procedures which will 
jsUirtlMte sudi contamination. It 
itq^rei the colfebtion of s^ 
#»^i- i^bints from crude oil 
oftlllSt links; separation of th« 
Washtegs by gravitation^ uid 
either loading hisw cargo bii t<^ 
of the cructe oil riesiduie ot pUmp- 
ini ^ ttsidue into dhM>sil 
tenks on shore. 

Last wefekend's Incident was 
the first in quite awhile, and 
thi District Enguieer's office 
was making every effwt to ap- 
prehend the cuiprk. A spokes- 
ihan said ev^i^ preventative 
measure pc«sibie will be em- 
ployed to stave off a recurrtMice 
of Uie incident durihg the sum- 
mer months. 

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LETTER TO THE 
OPEN fOUtt- 






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Dear Sirs: 

Again the Hospital and Horse- 
mch have a good friffld in Ale 
Wh. We are ever ^teful tot 
your support and interest in tl^ 
Virgiijia Beach Horse Show an^ 
JUces. With the best of w\$hm 
aw a ft-cat b^ thank you from 
the show TOmtnittee. 



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Olindi N«viiM. 91, of 400 16th 
^ died in (be facHne <rf his tM^e, 
Miss Ulliaji Barclay, Friday. 

A nati^ ol Montsomm, 
N.Y.. he lived in Norfolk 25 
j^ean and in Virginia Beach nine 
ifears. 



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a son of Benjamin C. ami Mrs. 
Cart^yn Hicks Nevius. 

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Surviviot U i brother, Cc^iA 
M. NcviM df M York. 

A ftirtetil) servioiB was teld ii 
Cox Fwi^ Ho% Steflday by 

the Rev. ievi^rl^ M %- 

ginia Bet^ MlM^t C4tni# 
Buriii wts ia mplbha 
tery. 

Fri 




id 
Crcekmor( 

aad Mi5- AfeL-Q^jirf Vir- 
ginia Beadi; e^t jpandchiliken 
and eight great-grandchildren. 

A hmovl aervke wast held 
Sunday in Mt. Ziort* A.M.E. 
Church by th? Rev."^ OUweM. 
Burial was in the church ottat- 
tery wi^ HalrMm * Fiuvsiiri 
Home in clMUge. 

NR& «. A. 3AWYER 

VIRGINIA BEAOI — Mrs. 
Elizabeth AHis Sawyer, 71, of 
104 Cardinal Road, died in a 
tocal iK^piial, Thursday at 6:30 
a.m. after a long illness. 

A nati\^ of Milwaukee, Wis- 
consin, 1^ was the daughter of 
the Hite Wiiliam W. and Mrs. 
Mary Simmons AHis and ^e 
widow of William D. Sawyer. A 
r^ident of Virginia Beach for 
13 years, she was a member of 
St Paul's Episcopal Church, 
Milwaukee. 

Surviving trc "o& ffiiipte^ 
Mrs. William Sawkge Braidi- 
waite of Virginia Beaoi; and one 
son, Paul Monteith Kuder, Jr. 
of Oreensburg, Pennsylvania. 

The body was taken from the 
Maestas Funeral Home to die 
Qarir t^uneral Home, Katonah, 
New York.. A funentl serviw 
was conducted Saturriav at 11 
a.n^ in the Bedford Unkm O- 



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MHdvii^ are tm Au^ter, 
Mrs t. R. McOi^i moi» 

mto&mm^, Mrs.. Btrt A. 

TBo^lilm, both of Vii 
Bfcaeh; ottc grands^, E. €. 
Galiiard of Minneapolis, 
nesoia syaim gK«t grtndcftil- 
drc».T-'-T-r--, •-.^^i^,,^-.-. 

the body was t^m from the 
Maestas Funeral Home to the 
Skinner - Hamlin Fune«l Home, 
Coffeyville for a funeral serrvice 
^turd^ at 3:30 p.m. iurki 
was in rairvtew Cea»tery,'(3^ 
feyville. 

MII& NANCY G. LUMMUS 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mrs 
Nancy GaWe Lummus, 31, <rf 
3037 Ash Lawn Terrain dl»l 
Saturday in a hospital. 

A native df Rochester, N.Y., 
she was a daughter of Lester H. 
luid Mrs. Ruth Merkel Gable 
<A West Palm Bead), Fla., end 
the wlfQ of Coast Guard Witf- 
rant (Mfioer Qiaries Alexander 
Lummus. 

^e was a member of Princess 
Anne Plaza Baptist Church and 
Hampton Roads Coast Gutad 
WiwEA' Association, -,. 

Belides her husband and {br- 
ents, fhe is survive by three 
daolhters, Linda Lm Lumma^ 
Breiida Aleath Lammus and 
Rhoda Rose Lununus, and a 



Ia, ^oftaM T- L. I^m«M, aU 
of Vk^nh BeiM; tad two 
bitMNrs, Oark M. MHi umI 
^fei P. d^te ^ l^^hte 

tP W% n^ taken to Sim- 
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Mrs. 

. ._ Fri- 
day m her Mm, 

A native ^ V^mga, tfl was 
a datyht^ oi Bggdas A. and 
Mrs. Mary J«fle RwwM cfcod- 
#in and me wStow of Tlftnas 
Ttertton Smith. =^ 

• She had lived in fte ^^olfolk- 
Virtinia Beach area 35 years. 

Me is survived by twd m^^ 
Miss Mary Elizabeth Cofc of 
Kfiwni and Mrs. Agni^ Baziell 
of Lexington, Ky., and two 
nepitews, Albwt Neill Coto flt 
Berkeley, aiif., and Afbejft 
RqweH Goodwin of Los An^ei. 

The body was takes to NlM^ 
tai Funeral Home, wh«ie a ft>> 
ner^l ^rvicc was held Monday 
^ toe Rev. Edmund Berkeley, of 
Galiilee Episcopal Churc*. Cre- 
mation followed. 



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mtik ^Hereby given Hm-. 
MM^A: BArnvMC Rtiffiit 

and MicHael Worrell ' 
Trade Name: TIKI Restaurant 
Location di Business: 2108 At- 
lantic Av«wie, Virginia Beach. 
Va. intend to apply to ^ Vir- 
ginia Alcoholic Beverage Con- 
trol Board, at its ofRc^ in the 
Virginia A.6.C. Building, 205 
Koirtii 4th Stiwet, Rldim<*d, 
Virginia, on the 7th day (rf lune, 
1965, for a licehse to sell Beer 
Oil or Off at tiie above tocaticm. 

The names, addresses, and 
nature of iirtcrc^, of every per- 
son interested, or to be inter 
e^d, in the business, to any ex- 
tent whatsoever (exclusive of 
ownership of sto<:k in case i^ 
plicaht be a Corpdratloti), are as 
follow^: 

NAME, ADDRESS and NA- 
TURE OF INtBREST as fol- 
lows: 

Edmund C. Ruffin, Wwtover 
Ave.. Norfolk^ Va., Partner. 
A. Michael Worrell, 1005 May- 
field, Ave., CSiesapeake, Va., 
Partner. 

Skncd this 26th day of May, 
1965. 

(s) E. C. Ruffin 

(s) A. M. Worrell 
Caton and Wri^t 
2508 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

5-27-lT 





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MlMMCRTfaiMI^I^ 

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to look for ill a koute. A Re^or* 
hu tfl the ti|M^t»<Mt lAloe, hJat^Mi. 
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Mi& STELLA bANNEti. 

VlRtMNlA BEACH — m 
Stella Frances Danneif of 4837 
%^don Drive, wife of i^^ 
min t^ranklin Danner and da^K- 
tcr of James Matthew knd li^- 
Helen Cartee, di«l in a hoip^ 
Sunday at 9 a.m. 

A native of*. Carter 
Ky., s*e 'lived hwe four' 
She mi & non^r of 
Methodist Churdi, Pnrts^ 
Ctoio. , ,_ 

Besides ^r ]|ttiri»^ ^ M 
survived by a son, Obion A„ 
Danfter of Vii^inia Beach; i 
brother, Charles Cartee <rf iMP 
rison, Ky.; two ^tQdch^ifir^ 
and four fg^oi^fki^ 

the body was sent fhm 
tomon-Brown i^vomai 
Mohday to BberiiA rt. _ 
Home, Pprtsmdtitilj, Ohto, imr^ 
a ftinpral servtee m\\ be 4(Ulh 
ducted todly. Burial will ^ 
in Wheet^»ibw£Memorid fi$^ 
Wh^ter^borg; ^ip. 



Mrs. viola carrdh 

virginia beach 

Viola Bright Carringtcm df It 
Olds Lane, di^ Sunday ft' 
Norfdk nursing home. 

A native of , Princess 
County, she w^ a dauj^t 
Divious and Mrs. Hamyh^ 
die md widow of Ktttny 
rin^n. She w^ a memt 
the Pastor's Aid Society 
lief Babd of first 
Churchy Lynidiavcm, and T^i^. 

Surviving are a' brodWjr,.:^* 
drew Hur^e o* NorWk; ^, 
two sisters, Mrs. Julia V/ssmAf- 
ton of Norfolk and Mrs. Vii^^ 
Olds of Virgba Beach. ' ' 

A fuberal service will be.^el^ 
today at 2 p.m. in First MpMi 
Church, Lynnhaven, l>y,,,j^ 
Rev. M. R. Boone. Bunat.wm 
be in tl^ family plot w{th mat' 
ston Fuhertd Home in dtaiie,^' 

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LOUIS HYA^B 

PRINCESS ANNE PCAEA 
—"Louis Hyams, of 412 UaUm' 
lane, retired Navy ve6Bran^4fts4' 
Sunday ni^ in Port«noiith>^ 
val Hospital. , j^. 

A native of l^?t«, MateJ W 
Hvcd in the Norfolk and Vir^ 
ginia Beach area 15 vears.'>fft 
was the husband of Mis. Uuw 
orie Tyric Hvams and a K>n ol 
Philip aiJd Mrs. L^ HArris 
Hyams. 

He retired in August 196? as 
a 2.C. commissaryman afte> 2S 
years. , « 

He was a life member olMM^ 
eran of Foreign Wars Pbst 3lw» 
member of BraiK^ 60 dP FteA 
*R4£serve A^ociation itfi f^th 
Council, Sbte Ittd Daughters <rf 
Liberty. -• 

BfesKJes Ws widow, suiViviug 
aire two sisters, Mrs. Cora KiAtc 
of HMmK Fla.; and Jftn. 
Esther H^y of the Bronx, wT.; 
two ntec« «inl a nephew. 

A funeral service will be coa- 
ducted today at 2 p.m. Holk>- 
mon-Brown Funeral Home bv 
the Rev Sidney L. wmj^ 
Otftst Methodist Chtvch: Bur- 
M wUl be in Rowst Lav 
metery. 

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Rcftlta is Mi»MeA to take 

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GREAT NECK — Thorou^- 
food Elementary School chalked 
up 74 pointe to take first place 
in the annual c^-wide elemen- 
tary fibwss meet held Thursday 
at Cox StuMun under sponsor- 
^ip of the 0ty IU(M%Miaa Oe- 
partmait 

King's Oaat came In second 
with 37 and a half pointt and 
tMrd ribce w^ to John B. Def 
wM 29 and a half points. 

locfividwd winners im^uded: 
S«bY»i Dwh 

GIRLS: Linda Addabbo, Lux- 
ford, 4lh grade; Ii^ Lewj^ 
Malibii, 5th; Carmen Delacniz, 
HCTniita|e, Mi; and Joy Huett, 
KiH^fSvile Meadows, 7A; 
BOYS: Lloyd Pearson, Plaza, 
4tt nade; Keidi OuOen. Shel- 
ton Park, 5lh; GetHge Francis- 
<», Thorou^ifOQd, 6th; and 
Kenny Ikx^M, Kempsville, 74. 
SkHila Rbm 

OfltLS: Carolyn Early, Thor- 
ouglifood, 4di ^»d^^^«a 

Gfaham, 1^)n>ughgood, 6th; i 
and }^mi Nagie, Thorough- 
good, 7th; BOYS: David Swinge, 
lliorough^od, 4th grade; Don 
Othdn, Thalia, 5th; Buddy 
Byrd, Thoroi^^xKi, 6&; and 
Melvm 0>Hins, Thalia, 7tfa. 
MO>Yd. W A mm 

OVaS: Sheila Sticker, John 
B. D^, 44h grade; Beverly 
Coefanan, John B. Dey, 5th; 
Jam^ Moss, John B. Dey, 6di; 
ai^ Doma Castle, Bayside, 7th. 
BOYS: Donald Fulfcr, Thalia, 
4th grade; John Riley, LuxfcHd, 
5A; Dennis Adair, King's 
Grant, 6tii; and Jim McGraw, 
Hermitage, 7di. 

9lMdta|| Bnmi Jma^ 

GIRLS: Sandra Garrett, 
'nKm>ughgood, 4A grade; <^r- 
^ Ttittte, Bayside, 5A; Marcia 
Nelseaucek, Malibu, ^h; and 
DetJbJe Fi^, Hermitage, 7di. 



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fRte IB tiie ahorteit time, overcame 
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BOYS: Tim ffcufner. Ttam- 
wood, 4th grade; Larry Strom, 
Cooke, 5th; Philip West, King's 
Grant, 6lh; and Ira Spcciei, 
Linkhom Park, 7th. 

Inns ft Readi 
OIRLS: Susan Conkwri^, 
John B. Dey, 4th grade; Jeanne 
Pendleton, Linkhom Park, 5*; 
Jtcque Seaman, King's Grant, 
<^; and Karoi Coker, TTiw- 
o^^ood, 7th. BOYS: Robert 
lobst. Plaza, 4th grade; Wayne 
Nock, King's Grant, 5th; Dan- 
ny Rakowski, Hermitage, 6th; 
and Jeff Smith, Kiiw'a Grant, 
7th. _ r^^ 

BOYS ONLY: Gcnrid Hazel- 
baker. Bayside, 4A grade; Mark 
Pierce, ThoroughgOod, 5th; Pit- 
le Withen, Sutton Park, and 
Tom, May, Th<»ou0igood, 6th 
grade tic; and I^n Drew, TlK>r- 
oughgood, 7th. 

RacoMa Set 
New or set recortfa in the 
f meets #«pe credited lo: 4TH 
GRADE: aefla Sticker. J(An 
B. Dey, LiO.4, 600-yd. run 
walk; Tim Heuftier, Trantwood, 
6' 10%" stawtti^ broad jump; 
Susan Conkwright, John B. 
Dey. 2n jump & reach; Gerald 
Hazelbaker, Bayside, 31 puH 
ups; 5TH GRADE: Beverly 
Cockman, John B. Dey, 1:48.3, 
600-yd. run walk; Don Galvin, 
Thalia, 9.3 sec., shuttle nm; 
John Riley, Luxford, 1.41.9, 
600-yd run; Larry ^rom, Co(*e, 
T2%'' broad jump; Mark 
Pierce. TlK)rouj?hgood, 32 pull 
ups; 6TH GRADE: Carmen De- 
lacniz, Hermitage. 6.5 aec. 50- 
yd. dash; Jane M<»s, John B. 
Dey, 1:45.4, 600-yd,; Dennis 
Adair, Kii^s Qdst, 1:30.8, 
600-yd.; Marcia W^aueck, Mal- 
ibu, 7*4%", te>ad jump; Philip 
West, King's Grant, 7' 10%", 
broad jtimp; 7TH GRADE: 
Melvin CoHins, Thalia, 8.9 sec. 
shuttle run; Jim McGraw. Ifcr- 
mitage, 1:29.7, eOO-yd.; Dan 
I^ew, Thoroughgood, 29 pull 
4ips. 



DAM NEGg — For the third 
straight year, a Dam Neck fUfla 
Team has walked off wiA top 
honors in the Fifrti Naval Dis- 
trict Intra Type Atlantic Riflt 
and Pistol Matches and tliki 
year, Dam Neck shooters w<» 
all the fop honors except the in- 
dividual rifle trophy. 

The 1965 match was held at 
tf»e Fleet Anti-Air Warfare 
Training Center, I^m Noc|t 
May 10-14 and trophies were 
presented by Captain J. L. Ar- 
rington, II, commanding officer 
on the final day of competiti<». 

Members of the winning £Him 
Neck (Gold) Rifle Team with t 
total score of 939 points were: 
E. Worsfold. L. E. Singl^on, 
E. G. Stewart and D. D. Vaughn 
while right benihd thftm with 
922 points came the Dam Neck 
(Blue) team with K. H. Schwei- 
der, P. G. Rowling, R. P. Bli- 
ven and A. M. Oberholz. Tfca 
Nav^ Ak Station Oceana re- 
ceived third place honors widi a 
total of 861 points. 

It was almost a repeat per- 
formance m the pistol team com- 
petition as the Dam Neck (Blue) 
team «^ed out Dam Neck 
(Gold) by only two points lOKJ- 
1008. Winning team memb«ni 
<Mi the Bhie team were A. M. 
Oberholz, C. L. Moody, D. D. 
Vaughn and F. C. Simon. The 
Kcond place team members were 
E. G. Stewart, P. G. Rowling, 
K. H. Schweider and T. R. Mar- 
shall. NAS Oceana also took 
third place m diis event with 
970 points. 

In dw Individual Rifle com- 
petition with the .30 caliber Ml 
rifle, T. N. Treinen of the USS 
Intrepid placed first widi a loiri 
score of 470. The next toar 
places were won l^ I^ Hp^ 
shooters, tiiey are: L. B. Singjle- 
ton, D. D. Vaughn, 1. Wimts- 
fold and E. G. Stewart. Dam 
Neck also todc 8di, 9th and 10th 



fril^ in tha event givi^ (hem 
s«vM cut of tha t^ Hn phi^s. 

P. C Stmcm kept the watt^ 
awav going as he won ^ .45 
odiStr pUuri m^ with a saxe 
of 541. Five other riipo^rs torn 
Dam Neck were riK> in the top 
ten in this eveiK. 

Conri»ini^ intf^^dual rifle 
aiKl piMol scores i^in riiowed 
Dam Neck tops as D. D. Vau^n 
fifed a totiri of 1000 points in 
th^ two marches. A. M. Ober- 
i^t tad P. G. Rowlii^ placed 
3rd and 4th in this ovmt for 
Dam Neck. 

During ^ four days of firing 
tt the Marine-openiMa'Ri^ and 
Pi^ Range, a tPMl of 12.960 
rcHimto of .30 caliber •nhiuni- 
ticm were fired and an eveq 
10,000 rounds <tf .45 caHber 
ammunition was exp^ded. 

The purpose of lime mateh«i 
m to provide traiidng m sinaM 
arms fire to Nfivy and Coast 
Guard perronnel. 

Exeqitive officer for ^e 
match was Lt. Harvey Mifttmi, 
a mwnbcr of the FAAWTC 
Gunnery Departmeiit. 




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UK WINS MEDALS 

KEMPSVILLE — Sevm me- 
dals and a trophy were won 1^ 
die track team a4 Union Kem{»- 
idUe High Schoc^ at tiw recent 
V.I.A. Track Meet held at Vir- 
ginia State Colle^ in Peters- 
burj$. Medals were given to in- 
dividuals who placed first, sec- 
ond, or third in an eveiM, and 
trophies were given (o relay 
tMms placing first in a relay. 

I^^bcial recognition to James 
Mclntyre was eideikled lor his 
exciti^i and ontstandh^ per- 
fc^maao^ 4tt- Ifae fne^^ey reby 
cham|m>n^tp race.' 

This meet bnxidit to an «id 
the dack season for aB <^ the 
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VIRGINIA B^€H — Tlw 
Sports &^^ mi Am Oit» in « 

VirgiHlm B^cb American Lhtic 
Leagijc. 

Ite K(»Qd pHM! of the dm- 
^'h^^ mMi mth a 5 to S 
tif ^^wecn Ac RotaHais u^ 
tTgers when Ihc game wm 
called at 9:30 p.m. Became ol 
tfic curfew. 

Winning pitcher fw the Sporta 
was Richard Lac»tura who alio 
hit a triple in the 5th inning. E. 
Stolte pitched the 6th and 
doubM in ttie 7ti!; Lacatura 
pitdtni Ae extra inning; and 
Billy Moreoock (^wbl^ in the 
7tb to briiw in tiie winning run. 

Loaing pitcher was D. Dom- 
bro9ki>*^ took over (the mound 
horn Ofay Hodgson bi tfie 7th. 
fiflly Cock and [Kmibrmki 
(kn^led in th: 1st; Hodgson 



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^Orts *«d 5 run*. 5 hits, 3 
mm. Cute, 4 nus, 8 hits, 4 
errori. . '':• 

My ^iKMd was pitcher for 
the Imarfaim and C. Mansoft and 
M, MaMin pitched lor the Tigers 
ta ^ called game. D {Iw^ing 
hit a home ttin in the 2fi3^^and 
(hove in I run for the Tigers. R. 
•Re^ doubled in the ^th and 
Maason douUed in the 6th to 

Ro|feians fcad 5 runs, 4 hite, 3 
errors and the Tigers bad 5 
rui|s, 8 hito, 4 errors. 



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Miss Julie Miles, (teughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. R. Lawsc^ Miles, 
Jr., Virginia Beadi, wiH be 
amoi^ ue 156 candidates for 
4^^s '^, Converse College 
l^mratiMNexercises l^mday. 
I ^ Hi frPtreflli^iHd guests wift at- 

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(tf ^ll^c President and Mrs. 
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Top Purses 
At Dragway 

CREEDS — Winning drivers 
received top purs^ Ais past 
week-end at Virginia B^h 
Dragway at Creecu and more 
than 150 cars are exp^ted to 
race this Sunday lor equal 
purses. 

Jim Beasley took the $150 
Top Stock; I%ul Grandy Hie $75 
^Middle Stock and Bob Cherry 
the $25 Little Stock. AM threi;- 
are from Chesapeake. Jesse 
Saunders tocA the $25 Modified 
Production. 

Top Gas w« driven ^ Olion 
IHirker <rf Poitemmith, $150; 
Little Gas, paying $75, was tak- 
en by Wayne Gordon of Hamp- 
ton. 

Drivers wHl be comp^ing for 
the same purses this Sunday plus 
a special pane in Modified Pro- 
ductions and Motorcycles if 
there are enou^ entries. 

.Mayo Ro« ttt ^ WNOR 
"Go Go NunTbcr Om^ and INjp 
Wliit in the "Sly Fox" are ex- 
pected to be challenged Sunday 
^ernoon by a mystery Super- 
f$xk. C^iciids won't say who 
tke mystery supersujck is spon- 
8i(Xed by, 1^ insiders are betting 



it will eitber 
Oievelle. 



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COMMENCEMENT 
EXERCISES SET 



VIRGINIA BEACH — 
Country Day School will hold 
Commencement exercises on 
June 5 at 8:30 p.m. at Alan B. 
Shepard Civic Center. 

The fourteen graduates who 
will receive their diplomas arc 
Kaftafyn Anite BoWtfei, Susan 
Cohen, Retta McCullough Coup- 
oij_5uo-Jla^, Erma Catherine Fmnccs 
^-- "^ Deiih, Kay Carter Duncan, Sar- 
ah Carter Gurkin, Eunice Tre- 
zevant Johnsqn. Catherine Bond 
Martin, Elizabeth Gray Parker, 
Honie l&ie Plaskett, Katharine 
Fontaii» Syer, Randolph Em- 
017 Taylor, Nancy Boardman 
iWelton.and Carol Barrett White. 



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Oassic models. The most excit- 
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Flash-0-Matic, teoaedwith 
mighty V-8s up to 327 cu. in. 

Try the sports-car Pows Disc 
Brakes (standard on Marlin) 
that resist fade on mrantain 
grades, stop safely ev<^ in a 
drenching cloudburst. ^ the 
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.Why do some girisMiM^y 
fashion flair and good (^omtn| 
almost from the time ^y can 
walk:--f«Wte othws, pwrtiapa 
equally pretty, never team to 
make Ae most of thenmet^^? 

The answer, accordii^ \o }vat 
Brown, Director of Sears Nation- 
al Fashion Board, is often in Che 
kind nA ifllluei»>M a youq^ter 
has encountered at home. Seme 
mothers, says Miss Sown, shoir 
an impressionable child that they 
oonsi<ter fashion, grooming and 
manners secondary — even 
thou^ they may tel ittr the 
exact op][>os!te! 

They do this in vadjQus ways: 
by making children dre^ n^tly 
for school while they themselves 
walk around in curlers and slop- 
py attire . . . by dressing up 
only on state occasions or set- 
ting a pretty tatole only when 
company's c^Mning. 

A child of any age loves to 
be proud of mOmmy -a^ she* is 
seen through the eyes (tf tfte 
youngster's contemporaries. 'But 
when mommy picks up her 
daughter at school or c|^ub m-2e{- 
ing, does she justify that pride 
and set an example her child wiH 
subconsciojusly remember? Or is 
she looking her most careless 
self — in old slacks, worn jacket 
and roUered head? 

"If mere's one single thing 
that's the signature of the '1 
don't care how I look' approach, 
it'§ wearing hair rollers in pub- 
'lic,''^says the fashion exwutive. 
And by "public". Miss Bown 
means anywhere outside fte 
bedroom or beauty salon. Mother 
^ould not .condone diis all-* 
too-common practice, let alone 
set the example herself. 

On the positive side, there are 
countless ways, big and little, 
in which you can help a daugh- 
ter grow up with fashion flair— 
which is, actually, a combina- 
tion of good taste and. good 
grooming. Fresh little white 
gtoves, for example, are a sort of 
symbol of the welMressed ^. 
When you wear white gloves, are 
they immaculate? ' 

Do you show your child, in 
every other detail of your dress, 
that you are fussy about having 



Is looking at fbotliall 

America's favorite 

pastime? 

No. We say If s looMRg 

^ Other people's komes. 

When you're trying to sell your house, 
you're not apt to feel vey sporting 
about it. But you're always ahead of tl)e 
game when you see a Realtor*. He'll 
show your house only to really inter- 
.csted prospecO. save you wear and'tMr 
ba your floors and on your nervM. 



Look for this sail. 
Only a ReaKtff 
can display it 



V A Rtaltor is s protss- 
- sioiisl in real ssUts viM 
ubtcrib«s hi a strtd 
Coda of Ettiicfis a mmi- 
ber o( Uia local board and o< liis NaUorul Asio- 
tialioa o( Real Ettats Boards. 



ted 

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222 GREAT NECK »}AD 
PHONE 340.8444 




lolKs ikycleaned regulsp'tti 
lyT^^tae glimpse of you in a 1 
spotted h^se or rain-wrinUteti v 
a>at eaa undo many earnest Ice*. 
tur» rtout neatness! .c. 

Do you careftiU^ cc^nl^t» 
accestoiv colors to your oofeC 
tume? file unfortunate tendeik- 
cy to ^aai a bliu;k coat wUiv 
navy ^»n^m|^ and iM-own shoi»m 
^maa to run m Amitti^! TnirNra^ 
of Mie all-{Mirpc»e fcandb^, tde^ 
you have an ap(»opnate b^ k/t 
casual outfits, one for cttei^ 
cloths, another for aftier-<^^ u 
wear? ; • - 

AM of ti!e» f()od lHrt»iti, iwoir, M 
ticed faithfully Iw mama, cm,.\ 
help mirttire soiind fashion wemt 
in the young. But good ta^ ifcj^ 
more tban a matt^ of dr^s andl 
grooming; in a lxv»der seme in 
applies to every facet of living. 

Candlelight and fre^ flo«^iK»' 
"good" linens, china aMlj^Mic.I.^ 
ware gradi^ die tabteHWft^ '> 
synibols of ^mcicHii %iitt%6u> 
m<rafl much to^adytd fit 4e Qm$ 
sees them tta^t^-4$^^im^ 
mbtii«r jentetteins. The youg 
learn ftom day-in-day-out haNlh 1 > 
and far too oftel^ what thi^, 
learn go^ smnething lUte this4 ■ 
milk on Oe taUe in a/ cartMi < 
the plastic tablescbth at dina^-; ,.,, 
time, paper iwpkim aH the ♦^TjuT 
TV dinner serv^ in their {qil,.A 
containers. C^ yes-^md mQ^^>% 
my at the breakfast t^rie uijptq jy 
so robe over rumpled tugii%o«|^|,<t 

As Director of Uie Sews FpNf- . 
shion Board, Jane Bown is o^a& 4t 
called upon to give fashi<» t^K 
to ^oups of t^n-age and jon^^ .^ 
girls. She claims that one ^mk4, > 
will tell her which girls 
Irom a h<mie w^Mre mother 
the examjpje of goqd tasb 
fashion flair — ami whkh 
see just tiie opposite example. ^^^ 

The "dead giveaway" s^k r^ 
are hair: is it shinii^ clean ^1^/.. 
worn in an appropriate you^ 
style-fOr madly teased, dabor|,;«j^ 
ately styled, hanging lank wm^ 
oily — or even worn widi s«»f|\v 
over rollers? Hmdst are f^fff^ 
n^y groomed — or w^rtat^ff 
claw-like, violently painted na^^,,^ 
VMpte Uooses: are they r^fiyr?^ 
white, or tattle^le gray? ^^mm^M 
neat, well-kept, wiA low IimIsr^ 
or shapeless, shaM>y, run-ov«^ 
Mrfea{» even tfNke r heeled? 
Drenes: charmingly young and 
sini^e — or over(k«e aa^M^ 
"sexy"? 




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Beach Softball 
Leader Nased 






VIRGINIA BEACH -^->' 
Johnny Strickland h» been tfp^ 
pointed Virginia Beach Distritrt"' 
Slow Pitch &)ftball Commisslwi- 
er, Virginia Amateur StrflbaH; 
Association Comm^oner Hajrfe^ 
Wolfe of RichnKWd has an- 
nounced. 

An invitatfoial 12-lnch Dis- 
trict Open Tournament is sched-.^ 
uled at Virginia^each on Satu 
day, August 14, and Stricklaii^|.^^ 
also is considering holding 
invitational 14 - Iw^ 
Flat&eam Tournament 00 
J4ly3. . 
i«nu in ,#» two 
mcDts wBl tt" W for ^ 
12-inch playoffs ih R*" 
on Saturday, August 28. 

Softhi^rs in Virginia ftt^- 
interested in tf» nxn's tMHiiwt- 
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UIki bring tedc merries of MemorW D*ys pm ... In 
a small town, Decorati«i I^y, u it was called then, wis the firit 
real holiday. The sun ikmut watin, pi^viewinf aummer, and tlw 
lihcs always WoonKsJ in rim*. The trees in the front yard hut^ 
hfavy with the swee* purple Wossonw. 

• How proud ycm fdt when you were considered old enou|^ 
attd re^nsiUe enough to bt given the clipper* and allowed to 

; select, and nit the branches for ^imiquets. IJHes of the Vrffey were 

often intermingled to create pret^er and more fragrant arrange- 
^'^ — jnwitts. And the rc»ea from the cUwbing vine along the side of the 
old house were perfect though pricWy . . » 

It was also a day of reunion. Aunts and uneks and -cousint 
came b»ck home, mining the family eonpkte. Eferything and 
everyone brought excitement ''^-N^ blooming flowers, thk special 
^n^als, the.ht^iMtality. ^ 

The taiy b^^an early in the ihoripng, right after break fa;^ with 
a trip to the family pic* at the cetiiet^ry. The bouquets in their 
special spiked -bottoimd vases were sttick in place, wreaths of 
real ffowers stood in the sun (»c6>n to ♦lit), and the bright red 
potted geraniums were everywhere. This usually quiet area of 
town MM beautifiil It mtStmi a Jitt^ strai^ tfaiit w> one really | 
— °°° atewed Iwppy ■ ■ • tlwa|^ ihih' talked i^mtt the peo|^ whose nunes' 
were on the monum«tti, and they laughedi but it was not exactly 
that fedii^ you fek. You were having a good time, but you didn't 
wally let it ^ow. TWr solemn smiles placfd them in a grown-up 
world beyond your understanding. 

The jiarade was the highlight, and yoii follo^-ed it all over 
town. The WorW War I vets were young then and they marched 
with vigor and serious faces, the old "boys in blue** (there weren't 
many left) also shuffled along holding .shoulders straight, eyes 
front, and too proud to ride. There was a WKh .school band, lacfiei 





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VIRGINIA BEACH^ VfRGINIA, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1965 



Ca^UiB F. J. $myi»r !• |niw«Mti»c Rvfi* Ryah with • plM«« 
mm4 e«r«iMcata of ■chi«T«nMit Imr kU pMrf*ct tcer* ob th* MariBs 
CmpM Pkiriicd FitBMa TmI. AMitUBt F^Btball Coach Mickay ByNl 
1Mb Ml. (CMfUUl MariB* Coivt Phe^) 




gfld &tiwday fnnt td 1.111. to 
9 p.n. at GreM Bri(%e SlMHipi!^ 
Center under sponsorship of the 
Chesapeake Art -Guild. 

Other Friday events iisrfwie 
a motorcade U> nuning homM 
at 1 p.m. by Miu Cbesapetk^, 
festival personalities and mt ex- 
ecutive committw; Career Wom- 
en's Lunchwh by Southsi(fo 
Business & Professional Worn' 
en's Clubs, 1 p.m.; ^udent of 
the Year Banquet by Deep 
Creek and Oiiirchtand Women's 
Clubs, 7 p.m.; and T^n Club 
of South NoifoUc Dance, 8 p.m. 

The Chesape«ke Arts & 
Crafts Exhibit wiH open Satur- 
day at Lakeside Park lev a 2- 
day dtowif^ flours wHl be 10 
a.m. to 9 p.m. 

Abo Satuntey there will be 
the Children's Festival at Great 
Bridge Junior High School^ 10 
a.m.; a barbecue irt Great Bridge 
Civic Center M noon sponsored 
by Chesapeake Ruritan Ouba; a 
Oiesapcake Review at HaM 
^dium widi all p^tkipating 
groups in the Festival, 2 p.m.; 
and the AnttivcrBary Fofmal 
Ball 1^ South Norfolk Armory 
by the South Norfolk Jayc^ 
at 9 p.m. 

The Festival will end wiA a 
Memorial Reli^us Service Sun- 
dayi at 3 pm. at Indian River 
Junior Hi^ Sdiool Stadium. 

nRST REClPIEim 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Misj 
Shirley N. Medley and Mrs. 
Margaret H. McUntock have 
been sel«;ted as the fkit recipi- 
ents of a $100 annual ctassroom 
teachers department sclH^ar^ip 
for summer study. 

Miss MetUey has been teach- 
ing English {<x three y»rs at 
Prim:^ Anee Hi^ SctK>ol. She 
wiU attend the summer session 
at the Uni^vrsity ol Vi^ia 
vAteK riie will take ccnm^ in 
^idance. 

Mrs.' MdUntock hia been a 
teacher in the Vireinia Beach 
area for toi ^ars. Currently riie 
Is teaching fourth ^^e at tlial- 
ia Elementary School Sbie wfll 
take ediK^ation copnes this sum- 
mer at Madison CoU^. 

The committee tibat macfe the 
sekctiMis is Robert Pear»H, 
chairman; Jack RoU>iiH, Qa^- 
tin 0««na, Mrs. Kfoiy Anihcoy, 
Mrs. Mary ftizzy, and Mm 
Inez Bryan. 



MMMES G4VE PHYSICAL"^ 
REMMESS TEST TO STUDENTS 



who were wictows or Gold-star mothers, and ihe boy and girl scouts: 
The most interesting gfoup was the rifle-MtiriK squad who, after 
Ale placing of the niilittry wreaths and snflBI»|ltig$ on the graves 
nf fallen romrad^, aimed their rifles high and tte lalutn cracked 
tfith earspUtting staccato, followed by the buglers po^nant "Taps", 
tiausing \i mornentary hush to fall. The march ended ^ the harbor 
by the pai^, and the last gesture of tribute was given by the 
thit>wing of bouquets and wr«iths into the m$i&( bt n«^nory of the 
ones tost at sea. . _>,^ .. . ^ ^ 

" — — You r e memb er Decoration Day as heralding sunnner-time fun 
Jo come. It is only years tater that it Ikcdmes Memorial l%y. If 
you cannot make it "back home", you send flowers to make the 
cemetery bloom . . . you remember the good tirrKS, the joys andi 
die sorrows of times pest . j. . you think about the one or hnes who 
are only nanMs on a morninient now . . . and^^i can smile |i)o. 
"But It IS of twsBirgii and iiot o^f joy. Tou feriieniber. U is 

Memorial Tkiy. » 

_i , __ — I i I I ■' 

Chesapeake Festival 

^.cHE$APCAKif — l^^m- 

standitig array of evoiis ai* un- 
derway^ it C^lia^iMw^lt ^^k 
81 tiie city ^li^tes its sec(^ 
^niV«4ary with an activi^- 
filled fertival sponsored by aie 
•the Chesapeake OiambcN' <rf 
Commerce in coopcttrtion with 
tlM City of Chesap«ike. 
. Today's schedule includes an 
Industrial Coffee Hour, 9.30 
a.m.; open hbu« at aH public 
achods, 2 p.m.; First Citizens 
Award banquet by the Kiwahis 
Club, and an American Legkjo- 
sponsored flag ceremony, both 
at 7 p.m.; a beauty clink: by the 
Fraternal Order of Polfce Aux- 
iliary, 7:30 p.m.; aiMl « music 
festival by Great Brit^ and 
thurchland High Schools. 8 p.m. 
A 2^y Chesapeake Sicfewalk 
Art Show will be held Friday 

Linkhorn PTA 
Carnival Sat 

VIRGINIA BEACM —fie 
Linkhorn Paik Sdiool PTA wiH 
hold its annual carnival Satur- 
day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on 
the school grounds on. Laskin 
Road. 

Bo(^s of varied types, rides, 
games and other cfltettaihment 
features will be offeied to the 
public. 

AH proceeds go into Ae |Hir- 
chase of books for die sdK»l 
library. Bill Brown is genera) 
chairman of the event. 

A color television set, two 
surfboards and a classical gui- 
tar will be given away during 
dw afternoon. 

A number of special items are 
scheduted to be auokMwd <^ 
at 2:30 p.m.« 

The array inchidw: $150 
toward pavmg of a driveway or 
sidewalk; sunglasses; mtif^rtes 
for dry cleaning, hair styling and 
homemade pies; rare j^ 
bushes; SmitiilieW ham; hw- 
doir chair, car warii, lubrica- 
tk>ns and oil ehanges it ^verat 
s^rice stations; teimk legions; 
lun(Aeons and din^s for two 
ai k)cd re^urants; 10 tons 
crushed stone; c(rf)Uat(»ies !(»' 
flower beds; flows txnOfgt- 
aents; distesf spwls dtaNhea; 
oosn^B^ and peitoa«^ l^ooi 
!^tpf)li«, atady, ud ndny odier 
'zamxted jtems. 



, VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Un.Hed States Marine Corps as 
America's "Force in Readness,*' 
demands of every Marine that 
Ae "^ Ready** to . meet any 
challenge to freedom. 

Throughout *e year* the 
Marii» Corps has pria«l its self 
on its high training standards 
and the ability to attract young 
Americans capable of meeting 
Ae dem^Kk of traintaig or who 
can beoMne conditioned 'in a 
minimum leng^ of time."~~~? 

The Marine Corps Miysical 
•Readiness Test is administered 
at Virginia Beach High School 
by piembers of the Insffcctor- 
IfUructftf Staff, Material Sup- 
and Maintenance Battalion, 

'S. Marine Corps Reserve, 
N o T I o 1 k. The examination, 
which! is 8dminister«i twice a 
y^yir, was first given here during 
the fall term of the 1963-64 
By using the two 
a ffl^suring stidt an 




t mprov e i w eiM - o t ^7 t i on f ac tor ' 



^ ^i^fe scho<ri term can tie 
^^jtnined. 

T^ l«^ which has a maxi- 
mum sikire of 500 points consists 



of five basic exercises; (wH-ups, 
push-ups. sit-ups, squat thrusts, 
and a 300, yard run. These ex- 
ercises ' parsllel the compulsory 
exsrcises which are required by 
the Virginia Board of Education. 

Durif\g the recent Spring test- 
ing friiaSe Reggie Ryals of 420 
Virginia Beach Blvd., turned in 
a perfect aore of 500 points. 
This marked the first time that 
a: person has ac(x>mplished die 
feat at Virginia Beach Hi^ 
School. Ryak was presented 
with a plaque, citing his a<^ieve- 
ment by Captain F. J. Snyder, 
liSMC during a ,ie<»ot 9diopl 
asscmMy program. . .Hyals who 
takes [^ysica'l fitness sericMisly 
is also a member of the Sea- 
hawks' footbaH, wresdi^ and 
track squads. 

Asitf tant Football Coach, 
Mickey Byrd feels that, the Ma- 
rine vorps Physical Readiness 
Tm b an ou^MadUn^ mo!^-< 



tion Mudents in riiat it stlnriktfttes 
a competiUve spirti in what 



CM DEALERS 
MCK INLVO. ^ 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Virginia Beach Automobile 
Dealers Assoc, has si^mitted a 
resolution to the State Highway 
Department backii^ construc- 
tion of Independence Boule\«rd 
between Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard and Shore Drive. 

The resolution points out the 
road's many advantages: 

(1) It will be the first m^ 
U^way providing a norfh- 
MHrih route through rtie city; 

(2) It wHl influence the de- 
velopment of Virginia Beach jn- 
to a trade center of first impor- 
tance for the entire Tidewater 
Virginia and North Carolina 
area, adding substamially to die 
economic grow^ of the city; 

(3) It will relieve traffic con- 
gestion on certain sections of 
Virgina Bei^h Boulevard and 
Shore Drive; 

(4) By connecting with Sh<»e 
Drive at tfie Little Creek Am- 
phibious fose, it will assist in 
the movement <rf heavy military 
and civilian traffic in and out 
of the base; 

(5) It will open up a new ma- 
jor highway through the center 
of the city's 'heaviest population; 

(6) It wHl increase' tourism, 
one (rf' the city's mayor sources 
of revenue, by Alleviating traf- 
fic, conditions for tourists; 

(7) And, the construction of 
major highways for movement 
at traffic through Bensely popu- 
late ar^s generally improve 
the economic development ot 
the areas. 

The resohition was turned 
over to the State Migi^ay De 
, -ttt'inrat at c 



nu^ be otherwise 
experiem*. 



a grueling 



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PA Sebaters State Gbamps 



IHAjLIA — For the secoi^ 
consecuH^ year, the Prac«M 
Anne H^ School debate team 
took die Itate championships at 
the antnial tournament held re- 
cently at the University <rf Vir- 
ginia in Charlottesville. 

CcMppeting ia both the af- 
firmative ami the n^ative, the 
team t^ted die subject "Re- 
solve' tliat Nuclear Weapcms 
Should Be Controlled By An 
Intemationfll Organization." 

Tim Finchem and (Marti^ 
Stocks made up the affirmative 
team md 'Randy Henderson and 
Rodney Pennington were the 
n^ative team. 

The team won the state award 
in b^ the affirmative and die 
negativt. U was the first time 
Princess Anne had taken the 
affirmative champoonahip. 

The team has chalked up an 
impressive record this year, 

die 



paving the way to the state 
tiltes. It look first place over 20 
schools in the Wilson Touma- honors in the district 



meirt; third place over 47 
s(4k>o1s in the Richmond Tour- 
fuiment; first place over 56 
«;ho(^s from two states and Dis- 
trict of Colurobk at George 
Wa^in^n University; fiiist 
place m the Eastern District 
Tournament; and second place 
over 15 schools in the Windsor 
Hig^ School Tournament. 

In the state tournament the 
team w^ competing With five 
district winners of 10 teams. 

Team members also have an 
imi^essive Ust of individual 
awards as top speakers at var- 
ious tournaments. Randy Hen- 
derson has uken two first 
places, one se«»nd place and <me 
sixth place. Rodney Pennington 
hai won a second, tiiird and 
tenth; Maurice &ocks has two 
first places and one seccmd 
{i^ce. Tim Finchem has cap- 
tured a Hrst, second and ei^ith. 
iThe four walked off witfi top 



SCA Elections at Cooke School 




Th«*« W. T. Cook* EI«m«Mtanr School •tudonti aro tbo lacoBiiag mmi Mitgalaf Afflkwi ♦# 
Ik* Stii4«Mt Cooporativa AitocUtioa.^ SmIoJ art aawly in»t*ll«d offi««rt (l«ft tortekt) 4«y MtCt M utk 
who "wa* (tandiag in for IUr«a Zorick, i»r«tid«alt Bob Batcholer, vie* prwMMt; Rhanda rwpmw 
••crotaryi Nicky Tboriiiido*, troatar«r| kn«l Rickjr Hall, roportor. Staadiag kakiadi tkon ary tbiir 
•atfoiac couatcrparU Larry Pallay, 9UI Whaadoa, Paai Faraita, Bttea T«#aM4 
Mcqailkia. .^ 



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MERIT SCHOUtt 




GRECIAN COl^. 
VISIT FT. STORY 





Sasladi MUmif Haadbraaa, Mr, CUlf4»B lt«T«liaa, coacki 
% Ita^tqr Paapiactoa ami Tim Pikclwaii Miaaiag trom 



pk««« ia Ibwica Stadn. 



FORT STORY — C5blone« 
N i k o leo^ Contogiannopoulos^ 
Commanding CMfker of the 
Ordnance Training CJenter of 
the Gieek Army, recently toured 
Fort Stoty with sevwal odwr 
Greek Ctfficere. Upon arrival at 
p(»t headquarters, Colonel Om- 
b^annopoukM and his party 
were welcomed by Lieutemint 
Colonel Jack C. C3ook, Deputy 
P(Mt Cc^nmander and were th^ 
iHiefed <m the ot^^mization, mis- 
sicms, funoticms, training facilities 
and personnel utilization oi Fort 
Story. 

A vkk to the Second Engineer 
Amphibious Support Command 
was next on tiie agenda. After 
being greeted by Major Marion 
H. Kn^er, die unit's Adjutant, 
C o I o n'e <1 CoDtogianm^ulos 
viewed a demonstration which 
included amphibious operations 
and stressed Ijie value) of reli- 
abte transpoptation in combat 
operations. 

At the lOdi Trai»portatk>n 
Battalion, the entoura^ was re- 
i^slvtd by Lieutenant Colond 
Robert W. GeiUleman, Battalion 
Commander, and was informed 
of the Ba'ttalion's mission by 
Lieiitenant Richard M. Denton, 
Commanding Officer of the 
522nd BARC Platoon. 

Escort officer for the tour of 
the post was First Lieutenant 
Kenneth J, Macksoud, Fort 
Story Transportation Officer. 



TELEPHONE PIONEERS 
CONVENTION SET 

ARLINGTON — TTie Old 
Domiiiion Oiapter of the Tele- 
phone Pioneeis of America jvill 
hold its 29th Annual Conven- 
tion at the Marriott Motor Hotel 
on Fri^y and Saturday. 

The Telephone Pioneers of 
Amerka is composed of tele- 
phone enhrfoyees having 21 or 
more years of service in the 
'telephone industry. Its member- 
ihip riao includes those men 
ana wmnen who have retited 
thus becoming life members in 
tlte organizati<ML 



PEMBROKE — A. Langdon 
Pegrain, a student at Primes 
Anne Hi^ School, has be^ 
named wmner of a 1965 Na- 
tional Merit Sch^arship in na- 
tionwide competition. 

He .is the second Viri^a 
Beach wuth to win ui^ an 
honoiT Jarn^ C^>Davis oi 222fr 
Bayvllte Roidri sttidwt a ftor- 

a recipl^t in a recent announce 
ment 

m is liM son of the lUv. 
Charlei F. P^ram <rf 
dependence Boulevard 
and ^ns to maior in Eni^tsh at 
Stetson Uni^^rsity lor a caieer 
as an Enelish teadier. 

Selected for Eariy Admissions 
at Stetson, Pegram is alraidy a 
student in the university's Hon- 
on Program and is ctmcspond- 
hig secreUry of Cant»bury 
House th^e. 

He was Mlected for the Vir 
ginia All-State Chorus in 1963 
and 1964 and has been active in 
church work and voluntrar hos- 
pital work 

AH Merit Scholars life «HecJ 
ted from the finalists in an, an- 
nual academic compebtkm don 
ducted in cooperation wUh »c 
ondary sdtools. The s^<4ar- 
^ips are 4-year umfergtiHluate 
awards. The minimum award is 
$400 ovw the four wars and 
die maximum is $6,000. Tlie 
average ^pend is about $750 a 
yeM-. Most schohirships also in- 
clude a grant to the college the 
student attends. 



FIRING UNPERWAY 

Penonnd at Fort Stary are 
firii^ (M die mall anaa twMte 
dally from 7s3$ a.m. in 4:30 
p.m. The Wmt starts l^on- 
dav. will eoMtfnue todtv and 
f^rl^v, and resume next Mon- 
day ^oufh June 4. 



P.A. HISTOMCAL SOCint 



VIRGINIA BEACH — M. 
F. I;ogler has b»sn te-ekcted 
president of the PrinceM Anne 
County Historicil Society. Elec- 
tions took pla(% .during a meet- 
ii^ of the grou^ last Sunday. 

Other officers include E. S. 
Ruffin Jr., fuA vice jiresidemi 

nt; Scott PWIJI^, n 
Ing s^retary; Miss Katrine De- 
Win, «>rresp<HKiing seowtary; 
Edwin C. Kdbun, ^^Mfuutor^ 
Mrs. R. Lawson Miles Jr., 
treasurer; Mrs. Emmett Kyle, 
btst(Mian; uid Mrs. Roger Mann, 
public relations. 

New members of the boanl are 
Mrs. W. A. Moffett, Judson 
King, Judge Richard Kdlam and 
Jfenry Keeling. Members <A dte 
existing board are E. S. Ruffin 
Jr. JosefA McDwwld, Mrs. W. 
R. Miller Jr., Ktos. Crawford 
Sayer, Alfred Cistda, MichadI 
Parker, Littleton Parks and 
Judge Davis Reed Jy. 




ROGERS NAMED 
"ELK Of THE YEAR" 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Da- 
vis Rogers has 'been named as 
the "Elk of the Year", and was 
|H-esented with the award at die 
annual dance held for BPOE 
Lodge No. 2268 recently. 

The yearly presentation is 
given to the Elk who has been 
judged for his outstanding con- 
tributions to die Virginia Beach 
Elk's Lodge during the past year. 

Placques were presented sto 
Robert L. Simpson, past exited 
ruler, and Lee Hammick, out- 
goine exalted ruler, for their 
contributions while serving the 
Elks as exalted ruler. 




A kmr fma Fo^» tri|» 
was aNett Is^cause of IMfc 
wavread askii^ every menm^ 
to bring in a itew mcmb^ # 
thait diis fall tte Society 
uwte^ke some of ^ 
projects. The menrt^ership MM 
stands at 360. 



nartment 

Beach, a 

wiU be boarded up uottf 

Guest speaker for die 
was Parite S. Roiue Jfi, 
tive diiector nf the 
Foui^tion. He qual^ 9$ 
ter Aald^ who aid ^ M M- 
vweaad ^NtoMMimss ^%ti^ 

die tide of Mr. ftooars hdofc 
c<miing out diis wteMr, 




REALTORS WEEK 

Conmolw^tli of Virginia 
* GOVQINOR'S OFFICE 

RlchnKMd 



May 13, 1965 




Albertis S. Harrison, Jr. 

Governor i 

RedMr Week hi Vtagbb 

By die nature of tl^ profession. Realtors of Virginia have 
aided materially making die benefits of home ownerriiip available 
to the majority of our ritirens, thereby assisting in emphasis on the 
family as the basic unit; of our society. 

In aiklition, both hy the development of commercial and 
industrial properties and by supporting the eliminatwn of blight 
areas, Reahors have helped to make their communities and tli^ 
^te better places in wftfch to live. 

I take pleasure in falling to the attention of our people die 
period, May 23-29, 1^5, during which the Realtors of Virgmia|dme Mfes Um I^A, MMt 
join their couoterpartt In otiier states in obsiervances <rf "Realty 
Week". I *%^^ 

A. S. Harriscm, Jr. 
Goveraor 





p. CtllReH M 

Humaii Rela 



VIRGINIA BEACH 

a «>mmt|nity b«x)mes 

healthy, everyone ben^U^rf 

mtegrated society k good" 

majority sts well as d« 

So said Harvey N. John^j 

rector of Pubhc Rekttons, "i^ 

ginia State CoU^e H ^ 

recent meetii^ df the 

Beach CouiKiron 

tions, Virginia State 

the most ret^iM 

Virginia Beach Council' <Mi H^ 

man -Relaticoi. 

Johnson's topic was *^t»i- 
suroer Buying". After piA^lqg 
out that much advertising^niii- 
leading and dteeptivc, he *ma 
on to show t how fimncial sta- 
bility can come about thi^ipi 
the intclligeirt ust of ones^^earrt- 
ings. Too many people have no 
understanding of Investment airt 
saving and often they ^, mM 
think atinit variaMra si^ m 
poor health, catastrophe m li^ 
of iob. To bring about a 

?erous society, Johnscm 
luded, the hHJkto of sue 
should be the nme for ^erv^ 

The Virnnia Beach 
on Human Relations is an' 
racial ^up wpAin* 
mohv and understandinir: 
rapidly changina socirtv. I 

The next m««tfn^ inM te VM 
at Ae Hauston Funeral. n«n«» 
Sea&K:k, tm Svm 2, ik wlwA 



Mettedist MM 

and cairrentty 

t^ttion for 4be 

on HwDta lUMiMii, iM 




MMSmumhiii^w*^ 



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VIRGINIA BEACH SUN, Thursday, A^ 27, 1965 





FIRST lAPIWr 

35«h SI. M Holly 
R. WptoU Wat<n. 

9:30 ft.ai.--SuB^y 
(1:00 a.m.— Mc^^at W< 
|:l9,p.ni. Tnimi^ Un: 

Evening SemMi 30 

M»y 13 - am. 15. 
nAyiiM, DATiisT GHnjftcii 

^:30 A itm ft«.— W^B darvioo 
•:Uu pap.'»-fcvaaia Svvje^ 




by the Chapel 



mom. ANNE 

•iPmr CH 




Mahia 
24J ftoseoKXU 
11 »jn. & 7.30 PA.— 

io ft.m.— Suodi^ Scteeth 



DECORATING SERVICES 
1^ Vfavtaife B«Mh BM.' 



#* SwviM A|| iUhM Of 
R*at aad L— — Curt 

FNONE 4n4Ml 



MAOHLAWN BAFpST CHUMH 

Vtt * litd. Av*. 
A nr>ntiui>a>n sftutbera 

Fhoee 428-2U(M 
#:«5 a.m.— iib|da^ Sdiool 
a ^m.— Moiaiii StfviG* 
1:30 p.m.— iM£ii« Uidoa 
7:30 p.m. — —l^iVHui^ Stti4oa 
7:30 pja.— Wed. Frayer Swviee 



FATTH BAPTIST XBU8CH 

^11 Va. Beach BlvxL. Noffoik. Va 
Fred M. Fnte. tator 

9:4fi a4n.— Suo^y Sdieel 
11:00 ajn.— Mi^iunt Wordiip 
6J0 pAi.— FeilowriUfi Hour. 
7 JO pan.— F-veoffig itevic«a| 




laaaAi 



MU^Ti^ WNHtAL HOMf 

VIRGINIA PSACH, yill<UNIA 



•<im''i 



fmcn 

VBOOaiUACH 



0UCE BRETHREN CttURCU 
Great Nack « HMlep 

A. mNH Aiilitfiim FaaUt 
10:00 a.A.-4iuaday Befeoel 
il:O0 aJB.— W(Hitiip Sarvin 
7:30 pjn.— Eveniin Sar^lM. 

MOUNT aupm 

RAFTIST CHURCH 
Rev. T. M. Walhar, tmtm 

9:30 aun.— Ciuirch Bcbooi 
ll;no ajn.— Moniliv Woririyp 
7:30 pjB. — £vmia( WmiUp 

GROVS BAimr CaURCH 

Back Bay, Vtn^ia 
Ahia St Oalr, PMtar 
»t«5 »jn.— ChuP* Sdiool 
lUiOO a.m.— Monui« Wonhip 

BMLE BAPlUrr CHURCH 

GreeamwU Ad A Lakeview 1%. 

Bayaide, Vu;|ui& 

RcT. OarjM Maoie, FMlat 

9:45 ajn.^Sunday SdwoJ 
I II. -00 a4n.— Mwntiw Wonfaip 
7:45 pjn. — Evoiffig W(»sbjp 



ffi. MATmEfTi 
CAtmUC CWAOi 

lOiO ^m^ Ub^ vUf^a Beach 
ri^w 0*Hm and, ft&ar Fladiay 
^^m- Maaaea: ^30. 9K>0. M:30 
dfii 13.1M 

«i S.-M 9m. mi 7.00 to 1.^ 94a. 
la 3.9333 



OdEANA CHUROI 
«rnB NAZAIQP*% 

i.QMIt Hdne Rd., Oceaaa. Va 
l%AMri<*,- 



E*tmrt LadiM aad M«m Altwrallma 

ALL KINPS 

310f Pi^lFIC AVENUR. 

Virglaia BMch, Virgteia 

Hmms f •« 

PH<mE 4aS.0B4B 



,U I2r**" '^' 



- Chi6 .«. two ... three. 

Four years Connie and I have Usfsned to thtt deep, resoesnt «ik^ connt- 
iag off tiie hours of our college daj^ S(nietiji»s it wits juit part et tte setting 
at State-^ike the Ccmunons, and tiie Quad, and Moonlight Walk. But cften it 
called lis to high m(»nents of wsctidp and tiioui^t and prajror. ^ 

Four . , . five ... six. . 

Toda9«we pause, and coontt Exams are over. Trtmks are padcad. Bocda 
are on their -wa^ back to the libraty. Tcauorrow — Coaaaea^msA, ^ ^ 

Sev.en . . . eight . , . nine. 

Ag^ we're riding each other's tiKH^iits. L^s Walk once men ffcrooffh 

that graceful arch, hand-in-hand md smiling. Let's kned tc^rether ia. the sa- 

oed stillness, br^thing our thanks .,. . o«r hoi^ . . . our needs . . . oar dresms. 

FcNT life and love await us. And t^ese we wUl share with Godl It is Noon tgr 

J^ C?hapd Clock. 

^^^Toi ... eleven . «.<ttve!ve. 

<9>1K CHURCH FOR AUL* ALL. FOR THR CHURCM 



\. — ^Horttiag WoraUp 



TEMFLEMMANUVL 

25th aad Battle. Vlramia Beadi 

PhUip PlaaM,IiMI 
7:30 affl.~Servkaa Moc-fri. 
8:15 ^Ji£.— Ftaday-aaMath Servicea 
10:00 a.m.— S^-^Melfa Swvice ' 
^:00 ajD.— ServiMa Sm^ 

IMANUAL 

LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Kanaeth A. Priea, PmIot 

Lynn Shores Driva 
at Va. B««:h Blvd. 
9:10 a.Ri. — Sunday Chorch 

School. . 
10:30 a.m. Worship Servi(>e 

(.nursery provided) 
,6:30 p.m. — Luther Leagoa 



FLOWERS 
HERBERT HARRELL AORIST 

PHONE 428.8732 



EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 
" -CHURCH af Hm GOOD SIEFHERD 

1489 Laskin Bead 
Rev. DkfcaM W. Tajjlar 

9:80 a.in.-<;hiirch School 
11:00 a.m.— Worship 
6:30 p.m. — Luthef I^easiM 

OUR SAVIOUR'S 
- LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Baylake Pines, Baiyside 
Rtaaalh R. Caitai^ Paalar 

8:15 a.ni. — Worship Service 
9:30 a.m.— Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Worship Servica 



^ 



JOHN SENTBTS TV 

^ SALES * SERVICE 

3014 Vi^fiaia Beach BoaUvard 

ADMIRAL — ' RCA — ZENlTll 

COLOR SPECIALIST PHONE 341-244« 



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«■ Mitt for Om bitOdBf of dano* 
'f» nd aaod eWiaaUiiL ft k ■ ildra. 
^MM af qifattnri ««Iiim. Witbatrta 






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"T^OSBS 






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I^MIIiATON INSmtANCE CO. 

sill PMifk Ay«a«»-Talepiioaa GA S-SISl , 
$m *. Mkmb Aapa Road — DW 42^1MS 
■art Talalfi Real* Ii—iia 


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ST. HmS^ BAPTBT CHURCH 

Pria«» Aane Ooiut House 
Rdv. fcaca R. Parttia, FMoc 

lidHW a.m.— .Saaday Sehooi 
I11.-00 ajn.— Moniint Wotabs 

«K)0 pjn.— B.T.U. 

lao PAL— Evaiof Woniup 

LONiKm nmxsE 

RAflVT CHURCH 

Loodoa Bai^ Vinpnla 
G. Edward Bi^i^ Piftar 

8:30 a.m. — Morning Worship 
9:45 ajn.— Sunday Sdwd 
|ll:00 a.m.— Momfau Wmahip 
6:30 p.m.Traiido8 Uuoo 
7:30 pjn.— €veoIt« Wcnrfyp 

: FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH 

^In Princess Anne County on Hgy 813 
\ y^ mile past Oceana Ak StaStioa 
00 rigid; 
T. I. Tii«ie, Serviag as MI^lH 
9:45 MXi — Sunday Sdiocri 
11:45 ajo.— Worsh^ Service 
"*: 7:30 pjn.- Evenof Servie© 

KEMPSVDXE BAFTI^ CHURCH 

7120 Keinpsviile Road 
A. D. Blouirt. Pastor 
9:45 ajn.— SuBday School 
11:00 ajn.— Momiat f^rahip 
8:00 pjp. — Eveaii^ Wc whip 
i THALlALYlfN . 

BAPTIST CHURCH 
Rev. R^Mrt N. 'Waliaee, Castor 
, Va. Beach Blvd. adjoining 
! Princess Anne High Schbol 
'" 8:30 a.m. — Morning WorsMp 

9:30 a.m.— Sunday School 
\ 11:00 a.m. — Moiaiifig Worship 
I TOSTC OU^tAL 
BAPTIST CHLUCH 
929 Fhvt ColoDfe] Road 
Geocie T. StaBlap, Putaf 
9:45 aon.— Suo&y School 
11^ a jn.— Morning Wonh^ 
6:30 p.m. — ^Training Union 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Worshyj 
7:30 pjn.-^MId-wedc service, ^fhL 

FELLOWSHIP BAmST CHinK^ 

419 Gtewock Ro«L Norfolk 2, Va. 
Rav. Chariaa T. Hodrkdo, Fi^or 

9:45 ajn.— Church Sdiool 
1 1 :00 a jn. — Momiag WtMafaip 

7:30 p.m.— BvmIbs WoeAip ^ 



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Tuatday 

MallRavf 

I«cl-I2 



Wadaaiday 
8:14 



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1ABERNAC1.E METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Aime. Virginia 
Rev. P. S. Shall, Malstar 
9:45 aan.-Cfaurch SoHM 
11:00 ajn.— 'Momiag Wocibip 



1HAUA METHODKT CHURCB 

Pine Ave.^ &. Va. Beach Blvd. 
William L. Aahar, Pastor 
9:45 a.ni. — Sunday School 
10:45 ajn.— Worshv 



FOUNDRY METHODIST • 
CSnjRCH 

Virginia Beach Boulevard, Lynohaveo 
Doa^as Ebot, pastor 

8:45 a,m. uid 11 a.m. 
9:45 a.m.— duirch School 
6:30 pjo.— Youth Fettowdiip 



BEECH GROVE 
liETHODISr CHURCH 

Princess Anne 
Roy R. Jacksaa, Paator 

10:00 a.m.— Church School 
11:15 a.m. — Morning Worship 



FRANCIS ASBURY 
MELODIST CHURCH 

Great Neck Road 
LaRoy Dayis, Miniatar 
9:45 ajn.— Cfaureii Scbooi 
11:.00 a.m.— Mornii« Wor^l^ 



gr. GREGORY niE GREAT 
CATHOUC CHURCH 

7271 yirginia Baadi Blvd. 

tor. f^antaa AUi^cdiio. OAfc 

Maoaes: «;30. 8:00; WO, 11:00. 12:30 

O o a feasi oo s are on SMarday 1:30-8:30 



BLACKWA' 



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Rav. Rallii L. Horn • 
10:00 a.iB.— Sun^y SdKKri 
11:00 a.oi.— Morning Wonh^ 
'^krviag God Md Ae Oonunumt} 
of Bbcl^iMter g^ 1784" 

I ii-iii|aTii»a 

VIRGINIA KACR 

MElMNDyMC pnjRcs 

207-18«i Kieet -. ' 

8:30 a.m.— WlorAfpServfeeSunuaei 

Months 
9:45 zsL-^Cb?3T± Scbqd 
n:00 ajB.— Wcwiiyp Sjer^ea 



SCOrr MEMORUL 

IMETHODIST CHURCH 

409 Firat ColonUI Road 

lUv. H. Wark Curry, Paator 

9:45 a.m.— Church School 
11:00 ajn.— Morning Worship 
, 7:30 p.m.— Youth Fdlowahtp 

HAYGOOD MEMORIAL 
METHODIST CHURCH 

4713 Haygood Road 
lemn G. l^.oi«. Jr.. Nstw 

9:46 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 

HAYGOOD METHODmr 

CHURCH 

8149 Baysbon Road 

goiedalc of Servicat 

Eadi Sunday 

Worrfi^p Services: 8:30 ajn., 9:4.' 

a.m., and 1 1 a^n.. 
Chutx:h SdKHri for al Me group' 

9:45 a.m. * 

Second session of Owrcfc School ai 

1 1 a.m. fbr childroi up tiuough 7(1 

gr^e and adtilta. 

MettiodJst YoutA Fettowsbip: 7 p.m 

for young people— 7tii, 8th and 9* 

. Uwtn in Junior Hi||i Group an<' 

iMfc gnde up for SSiior Qtoap. 
Miwds wdcomad. 



BAYLAKJE METHODIST CHURCH 

Sfame Drive at Treasure latand Dr. 

Bayaide 

Raymond £« Moaaor, Miniatar 

8:30 ft 11 a.m.^W<M«hip Servica 

9:45 ajn.— Sunday School % 

CHARITY MEIBODBT CHURCH 

Bade Bay, Vligiaia 
Rev. WiUfau A. Mooa, it, 
10:00 a.m.— Ctairch Scfaool 
11:00 a.m.--MorDiag Wonhip 

SALEM METHODKr CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Viri^nia 
Rev. Fn^ D. lanes 

10:00 ajn. — Morning Wondip 
11:00 a.m.— Church School 
7:30 pjEO.— Youth FeUowifaip 



COMMUNITY METHODIST 
CHUm^H 

Acredaie — KeowsviUa 
Rav. John L. Kibtar, Jr. 
9:45 a.in.— Church ScIkx^. 
il:00 a.ffl.- 
7:30 pjn.- 



u— Momiag Wonih4> 
L— YouthTFeilowihip 



iCNO TrS BLAND 
NBTHCH^T CHUIKS 

Knoitte Island. NC. 
RfAol C. Bla% TiHilrtw 



LYNNHAVEN METHODBT 
CHURCH 

Little Neck Road 
%ev. Oscar V. Rodhrifoas, Paatar 

.0:00 a.m. — Church Scl^ool 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 

^KIES METHODIST CHURCH 
%am Virfiaia Baadi RMl 
Rav. C. Katon 4ray " 

^^arly WonJiip Service 8:80 a.in. 
jhureh Sehooi 9:46 a.ia. 

jata Worship Servica 11:00 a.m. 
ifoth Fellowship ^:O0 p.ih. 

BETHEL METHODIST aiU|Up 

Princeaa Ahna 
R07 R. Jackaen, Nntor 

10:00 a.m. — Morning iNMito 
1:00 A.M. — Church a&>ool 

PLAZA ME1HOD1ST CWRCH 

208 Plain TrgH 

HaitaH G. HoMM,^Higr 

9:45 ajn.-.<:iiun:h ScM 
11:00 a.m.— Worship S«%« 
7:00 p.fl».— Youth T llTiiif|||| 

ST. AIDANS 

EPBCOPAL CHURCH 

Meeting m King's Oratit @anMttfy 

apbool) 

'flHNK 341-37|e 

Rav. L. i. Tayfcv, hn V^m 

>:15i>-'KoIy Pomsitiidon (1st MM 3id 

Sundays each n«Mtfi) 
):15-r-Chiircti SchoolCcaqowiaDt 

with service*) 
vtoraiog Grayer 2nd •n4 4lli Seadw 



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NMBIO METHODIgT CHURCH 

Mooeaa Aane. Viiginia 

Ri< rinmk D. Jmmi 

10:13 ajiL-^atwch School 
11:15 ajD.— 4d(ffiliiw Wor 



GALILEE EnSCOPAL CHURCfl 

40di and Paofic— OA 8-3m 

n* Rav. Edai— d Batkaty, Raelai 

The R^. Macoa B. Waltaa^ AuMmA 

8 a.m. — ^Holy Communion, every 

Sunday 

9 a.m. — Morning prayer an^ 

Sermon. (Holy Com- 
munion every 4th Sun- 
day.) 

10 a.m. — Church School Classes. 

11:16 a.m. — Morning prayer and 
Sermon (Holy Commun- 
loD every 1st Sunday.) 



ST. FRANCIS' 

EPISCOPAL MISSION 

Mav. Clinton E. Origtw 

Vicar4iH<laiBe 

609 Roaement Road 
Vl^nia Beach, Va. 
9:15 ajB.— Clatrah School 
10:15 lun.— Wofrixip Servica 
Nunery novtded 

EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH 

283 Bowman Road 
Rav. Chartas R. McGinlay, Rector 
8:00 A.M. — Holy Communion 

fWiyer (2 & 4 Sun.) 

lecSldUowa the 10:00 

Kune^ aei^ca Is 



CPAHEL 

iQoijHaaiiiali 

Service and 
(3ni &fiM^ 

nwM-, senawi 





PRINCE OF PEACE 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

(Missouri Svnod) 
484 Kfa«8 Gnut Road 
J Rev. J. Elmer Medley, Pastor 

8:00 a4n.— Divine Worship 

9:15 a.m.— Sunday Scteol aad 

Bible CUas. 
10:30 ajn.— Divine Worship 
rloly Communion — Igt aad 3rd 
Sunday. ' _ _;',:. ^ 

KfTIO'S GRA!^ 
FRESBYTERUN CHUROR 

Mow n^etif^ in the King's Gnint 
Elementary Sc1kx>I) 
Raymond 4S. rattoo, Partor 
9.50 a.m.— Sunday School 
.1:00 a.m. — ^Momk^ Worsh^i 



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Neu' Rohbtaa Comer 
Rav. I. E. Johaaen, Fartar 

9:45 a-m.^-Sunday School 
il:uO aja. — ^Monung WonUp 

THAUAWlNlTy 
raESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Yiom jneeting in the 
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Irvli^t Jt Stnbbs, Mfadrisr 

9:30 a.m.-r-Mo<ndiig Worriiip 
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Lynnbawen Vilhtge 
Rev. MariM R. Wdbb, Ir., MiaM« 
9:45 a.m.— Church ScIkwI 
11:00 a.m. — ^Momiiw Wm^hip 
6:30 pjn.— Youth Fejk>w^ 
6:30 p.m. — Pioneer Fefiowaoip 
7:30 p.m. — Eveoiig Worship 



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9:30 a.m.— Worship and Owrch 

School 
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9:45 a.m.-M3mrch School 
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EUSnS, Fla. — Dr. James 
W/ Todd, lormerly dt Virginia 
3each, vras recently infstaHed as 
a fellow of the Intermticmal 
Ctrilsge of Surgeons, at a meeting 
in Las Vegas. 

The organizatioit is devoted 
to the etevation of surgkral 
standard throughout the world, 
and feHowship is reserved for 
those whp can nwet the rigid 
requirements in a c « d e m i c 
achievement, professional ex- 
cellence and ethical conduct. 

Until his move to Eustis in 
1962, Dr. Todd was chief sur- 
geon for Virginia Beach Hos- 
pital for 14 years. He and his 
family still spend the summCR 
in Virginia Beach a^ their home 
on 70th Street. 

A 1940 graduate of Emory 
University, Dr. Todd is an over- 
seas veteran <rf World War II 
and is a diplomat of the Ameri- 
can Board of Surgery and a fel- 
low of the American College of 
Surgeons. , ,^ 

In 1958-59 he spent « ytir 
as a fallow on cancer surgery at 
the M. D. Anderson Tumor In- 
stitute in Houston, Tex. Hs is 
a former state director of the 
Virginia Division, American 
Cancer Society, and served as 
vice president of ACS's Princess 
Anne County Unit for five years. 

Dr. Todd is on the staff of 
Waterman Memorial Hosr»ital 
and the Leesburg General Hos- 
pital. He and his wife, the for- 
mer Marjorie Wing of Norfolk, 
have four children: Mariorie 
Wing Todd, an exchange student 
from Swcetbriar College to the 
Sorbonne in aris, Eleanor, Wil- 
liam and &ephen, who attend 
schools in Eustis. 



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at •tberptoiile's horns. 

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■bout it. But you're ^wayt aheu of the 
latne when yoa aee a fUkltoc*. Hc'U 
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BASKIN IN THE SUI^ 



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Wdli^ow! I have just finis^d reading th« most tnlelMllic 

thing that has happened in the space program «im» a tepa. 

Seems as i»ow Gtissom and Young smuggled a comed-boel-oii-rye 

on board the Molly Brown and ate it during one of the «u^ 

orbits. For this little gamesmanship these Jw 

clowns are placed in the first r^k <rf my mA, 

erf heroes. ^ ^ C;^r 

I see where NASA fe sortie kind <rf tft 
Jy their little joke. It finirei, NASA is twi.„ 
bureaucrats, and they arc not noted fy ^m^' 
the point of any ftumqii As a m^cf 
when a man is about to be elevated to (he ' 
cratic level, tlw first thing they do is ^ 
him into a hospital and oot out his 
humor with a duU imile. Men who can 
^^^^^ ^. s% side of life co^te't poMibly be 
iioniM noAin have anything to do wift swA a 
as the federal establishment. ' 

Never expected to ^ otw of o*rf* astronauts exhibk any 
fondt»ss for fun. They have been picture as serious minded men. 
I can guess why. After all, they start all their trips lying down on 
top of a rocket, the <»mponents (rf which have been furaub«l by 
the lowest bidders. That is enough to make anywie serious. We're 
lucky they don't run Kreaming to the nearest bar. 

Not only was NASA upset; Congress got into the act T|ey 
held a small investigatioh. Don't they always? At leatt they ^tre 
spending some thne discussing hot pastrami sandwidws. Tbii is 
a significant gain ovef some of the things they Tiave invMtfgated* 
lately. Maybe if Congress made lUcw more trips to tfie locai 
delicatessen and stopjwd slopping up that bean soup the cotyitry 
would run a little better. « : 

Easy doe? it NASA. Those two jokers wrcre riding in a cap- 
sule named for a broad. You're lucky they didn't smuggji? a; 
couple of (hmes on board for fun and games in orbit. Better stq;> 1 
worrying and start laughing. - 

Really, Folks. As humorfcss ah outfHas NASA should pfefar 
sandwicl^ to tomatoes. 




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ARAONA BAPTIST CHURCH 

Now Moating In Loaiio LaxforJ 

Elementary Sekool 

N. C. CLIFTON, Pastor 

9 :45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Momtng Worship 
6:30 p.m. — Training Unton 
7:30 p.m.— Etfeninf Worship 
7:30 p.m.— rWed, Prayer Meeting 



CARROW BAPTIST CHURCH 

Rot. GARY B. THOMPSON 

Mipbtar 

9:45 a.m. — San3iy School 
11:00 a.m. — Worship Service 
5:46 p.m. — Vespg- i Servica 
6: JO p.Bi. — TnunQit U»»ion 
9:45 a.ffi..-SDiid«v ^ool 
11:00 a.m.—Moroinf Woncl# 
7:30 p.m.^Fv«otelstie Servlea 



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Du Ptmt Circle, BcyaUe. Va. 

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6:45 Youth Pro«rram 
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Occam 

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9:30 a.m.— Sunday Sdloo} 
11:00 am— WoHhft* VrHp* 
DIAMOND SnmOS 

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Near UtUe Cre^ fmn 
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8:43 a.m.~Woniyp Saihrise 

9:43 a.m.— Santey Sl^dol 

11.00 a.m.— WonNn S^vioa 

6:30 p.m.— Y(wtt Qro^pa 



BAYSIDB CHUSIUN OiUBCH 

(OooinfatlonaO 

Saiora Dp!ve and <%««n)«nb>ad 

Eart L. Ftoral. ftMMar 

9:45 %.m.— WojnMp St^vk* 

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WYCLIFFE PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 
Naw IWal^ At 
John B. Day El«m«atary _, 
J. SteBtea Blaia, Faalaw 
Morning Worship— lOHW AM. 
Church SchQol-7-ll:16 A.1L 

CORNraST<»iE BAFnOT" • 

(Consenoitlve BaptlM^) 
Rev. Parkar YM^a/m 
220 Red Tide 1^3 
Lynnhaven ColoBj 
10:00 a.n.— Ssmday Sd^td 
11:00 a.ra.— Momint itarffaa 
7:80 p.m. — Evaains 1/ 
7:30 p.m. — We^^ay 
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Virgins Bwch SUH Food Editor 

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ECTOR W 
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DAM NECK — Captain 
Hl^naa J. StameU recently re- 
paid to Dain Neck as llie new 
OIrp^n' of ^K^amiiMog at 
ct^ Fleet Oompoter Ptogma- 
iT)«|g Center, AttuMk. 

C^itain Staaseil's last duty 
wm » the Deputy Du-e^or bt 
the Surface Warfare CHvision 
and Head of tfie Long Ran^e 
M^e Sn^fon of Comrmnd^ 
C^>a«tioi»l Test and Evili^ion 
Force who'e he was primarHy 
oSncemed'witti ttie teeing and 
evaluatmi dl the Tdos missile. 



SCHOOL MNDS 
HOLD qONCERTS 



VIRGINIA BEACH — A 

fn^viri of music from the com- 
bined elementary sdKX}l and 
junior hi^ sdiool city bands of 
Vii^ia Beach were die h^- 
»«^^^.«|4^t at the <x>noert held M the 
i*rincws Anne Hi^ Schod:, 
recently. 

The aU-cky etementary bands 
were <»Qducted by Thomas Rice 
«nd Ourifs DawQ, toft ele- 
mentary bandmasters. 

The «lementary hands were 
composed of about 120 ^eces, 
«miFith mp^Kmi^cfy %Q studeiMs 
40 the sudli made and 40 in th^ 
7th- ip«de. Mc»t of the sixA 
grades were in the frist year of 
Mad pn^iGe. 



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Can you stretch out after work in *'lhe perfect lou^ii^ chair? 
You have a grod fhance of greeting the perfect chwr for 
yourself if you follow th^ nri^: 

In as much as seat Iwight and dej^h are the most critical 

dimenstowjTiake sure yOur feet will readi the floor white your 

back is easily toudiing tiie chair back. Be sure 

th^e is no pressure under your th^hs ^om to 

your knea; ditft can hinder circulatfcm. 

The seat should slant wmewhat fnw ll» 
front to the back and be flat or slightly ewiml 
from die sides. It riiouM meet the back H m 
angle w-eater than 90 deuces. 

The b^ck irtiould curve in to mt^t aqd H^p- 
port the curvature of your spine about lMs #r 
seven in(^es above the. seat. The back also4»«ld 
be high eiKWgh to support shoulder bladrf, but 
not so high Aat it pushes yout n«:k fctwud. 
And it shoufd be flat or slightly raised m 4e 
center so that y(^r shoulders are not pushed forward. 

Arm rests should support elbows and lower arms. If t^ reits I 
are too high, they'll push your shouldors up and forward. If they're 
too low, they'll be useless. 

The seat should be wide enough to permit movement, but not 
so wide th« you must stretdi for arm rests. The center of the scat 
should not be too soft, nor the front edge too hard. A firm, resilient 
material is the best cushining. . 

Research on average physical measurements suggests that 
most adults will be comfortable in chairs that conform to these 

fineral rules: Dimensions wiM usually run: scat— 15 to 16 indies 
igh (when the cushion is depressed), 18 to 19 inches deep, 20 to 
22 inches wide; back — at least 18 inches high; arm rests — about 
14 inches long, 7 to 9 inches above rtie seat. 

"When you're buying a chair, take your time. Try it several 
times and sit in it for awhile. A chair that feels comfortable when 
you first sit down does not always remain so. 
Have a nice week-end! 



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fHil'-^to ^3u've had a "Help 
yovnetf to (iie Soup Tureen" 



. ^dt is a busy one hut 
M tUw ^9«« near for ^ting 
ttil^ b o^er tot die suttmer 
^KO d fauy amns are in or- 

I ha^ Hm mggestkm wlH 
pnn« hUfM wllk jfour menu 

|>ly<Mihif 

JMH^ ce«#! HBlp yourself! 

TlN»e «ite tiiauiur wtMrds k^oi 
the .Keating'* is Wonoal ... be 
it fainjfy tir gue«^. 

Stim 09 ^ ^|aa j^ight are 
ttvotjfm . . . ja^ tad sand- 
inA. "the tuit^a m iuimming 
wM a luKioitf nixtoK of 1^- 
keii noodle dry wap hux, Italic 
graen : beans and r(»y bMnato. 
Look for this teiii^>tlag soup mix 
in Haife cans widi o^M red 
llbelt. YobH md a wi^Odi of 
goodness ui eae^ tote can. 

The a«iulwj(^ . . .u> go akMig 
wtdt die loqp . . . is an open 
(aoe grUled caeeae and km^n. 

. BUFFET SWtGR SOUr 

1 eao (1^ ouows) (Aicken 

noodle dry soup mix 
S% cans (3 cui») cold water 
Generous dash %ymt 
1 cup ocKPlied Utim ^reoi beans 
% cup diopped oo(Aed umatoes 

Enipty soup mix into rauce- 

paa. Add waits' and tiiyme. 

Bring to boil; stir often. Partially 

cover; simmer 7 minutes, stirring 

"^^vu^0^. Add b«uto and to- 

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tkm featuring caaa^ vegetable 
dry soup i&ix. Loi3i for dus soup 
. . . on your grocsiN-'s Adf . . . 
in sin^e cans witti the bright 
green label. 

FAIOLY FAVOKTTE 
VEGm^ABtE SOUP 

Z frankfurters .tfauily sliced 
Ml teaspocm <H^^a»), crush^ 
1 taWespoctt buttH' or margarine 
1 can <2 <imim) vegetable dry 

soup mix 
S % cons <3 Gii{») c»ld water 
% cup <%xAed whole kenwl wm 

In saucepan, brown frank- 
furters with on^mo in buttM-. 
Add soup mix and water. Bring 
to boil; stir often. Putially cOv- 
w; simmer 15 minutes, stirring 
occasionally. Add cotti; heat. 
Makes 3 to 4 servings. 

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CITY RANKS HICH 

IN TEACiR's rAir 

VIRGINIA BEAC« — Sal- 
aries for Virgmu Beach class- 
room teachers will be among the 
top in the stete this fall because 
of the $2i6L|^^ hi base pay 
recert^ l^pp^ by Cfiy 
Councfl. 

Acoori^ to finires released 
i^ tlte Virgi^ Bdusatwn As- 
sociation, Virginia Beach's min- 
imum startng ii^uy of $4,600 
is raak^i e^^ in the state and 
the $6,650 top triary is ranked 
UA. 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Sev- 
en students froea d^ class of 
Walter Noona have be« named 
as local winnea in iti^ 1965 Bi- 
ennial Piatjo Aes^rflnai Compe- 
tiMon, spo^Dred ^^ttif Naiiooiri 
Guad olJWano Teachers, from 
the N^nd H^Kt^iaitefs in 
Austin^ 

Awwd^ first ra^ gold 
medals wi^RM^iiee Bouchard, 
Bawy I^nicC^%lvia Handel, 
Dave U^y, Theresa Napoli- 
Uuw, Wdam McKendree, ai^ 
prtiorah Yost 

daah pr'au were aws^ to 
R^v^ ^Mdraid and Dave 
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The . jj^jjQi^ 1,^ composed 
of «boitt 1:^ piei:es with aboui 
40 students in 4he 7th gr^de, 40 
in die eighth, and about 40 in 
ttie ^ icftde. 

Sidney Bttg, Dite^r of Mu- 
sic in the Norfolk drty Sdioo^ 
and former bandmaster at Mau- 
ry H^ Sduxjlin Norfolk was 
^e guest (u>aduc«(x for the 
Junior Bi|^ Band. 

James Ackels, Band Diractor 
at Frank Cox High School and 
John B. Dey clernentary school 
was the Chaimian in charge of 
arrangement for thk event. 

Ackels has « BA degrix and 
a MA degree in Music from the 
Catholic Uuniversity of America 
in Washing, D.C. He played 
in the Army Band, the 29th 
A.G.F. in Germany from 1946 
io 1947. 

( Before comiag to Virginia 
Beach, he was en>ploy«l as a 
music teachw in Madrid, Spain, 
for the Overseas Dependents 
School. He met* Mrs. Ackels 
there. She was teaching in Mad- 
rid also. 

He now resides with his wife 
and children, Victoria Ann, 
Kathleen Marie, DeUteMidiele, 
and Jimmy, Jr., at 72iid Street 
in North Virginia Beach. 





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Junei U. Do<ki et ux to Mtr- 
shall W. M9rnA> bM ux, lot 62 
ptet of Ha^ He||Ms mx. lk 
Ux $39.75. 

DoD^d 9. Bewde et ux to 
lUrl E. EMdcer et ux, kM 17, 
ilQck F, pUkt of Ldcc Shores 
•ec. 4; tax $31.20. 

Earle G. DaH»;y ^ ux to Sol- 
ly Sicgei et ux, tot 23, jrf»t <rf 
llialia Siores; tax $39. 



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1705 LASKIN ROAD 
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^xim ^c^uA Wecs et ux ^ 
iMUttty ftuyei^ Ik., tot ^2, 
M)€k 16, fritf oi PrinceM Anne 
n^ Mc. 9i tax ^^. 

ft(^)e^ Biiywt, fife., k^ 10, 
Mode 26, friat of ftUmn Aane 
Pitta sec. 1; tax $^.40. 

Jama L. ^tl^ ^ ux to 
Pr^>«ty ^^t. Inc., Iota 34, 
as. 36. Mock 5. {rfat of Buclid 
Place; tax $15.90. 

WUUam T. Or^, Jr. et ux 
to Pn»^ty Buyen, Inc., tot 2, 
biocfc H, |>lat ol Prtacets Anne 
IHaza tec. 11. Ux $16.80. 

^m^a W. McVw et vir to 
S. Frank Blocker, Jr., tot 15, 
block 5, frfat of Ubermecr; tax 
$50.70. 

Edward R. Drinkw^er, Jr. et 
als to Hymaa B. Batleman et 
ux, lot 16, btock 94, plat of 
Virginia Beach Dev^opment 
Company No. 6; tax $23.25. 

Olark - Whiteliill Corporation 
to Robert M. McCall et ux, lot 
5, btock 11, ptat of ^inceK 
Anne Plaza s^. 8; tax $30.90. 

Pico Reaky Coiporatton fl; 
als to Diaries B. Howe et ux, 
tot 22, Node 17. plat of Princess 
Anne Plaza sec. 11; Ux $16.95. 

Flkx> fteidty ,C«poration M 
als to Eugene/ I^hike et ux, lot 
8, block 2, ' piat of Princess 
Anne PUza sec. 10; Ux $21.90. 

Pico Retrity Corporation p. 
ah to Joha D. Johnson et ux, Icrt 
18, block 17, plat <rf Princess 
Anae Piaza mc. U; ux $21.60. 

WiUiam B. Daniel et ux to 
Linwood G. Strickland ct ux, tot 
61, ptat of Lawson Forest tiK. 
3; tax $25.35. ;^*»^; 

Cootinental Entenrises. Inc. 
to James Edward Wright et ux, 
\aL 19, btock 2, plat <A Windsor 



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ACKELS REAL ESTATE 
1033 Laskin Road 
Phone 428-5525 

JIM ADAMS REALTY 
1764 Laskin Road 
Phone-428-3610 

ANCHOR REALTY 
30th & Pacific Ave. 
Phone 428-7421 

COMMONWEALTH REALTY 
2242 Great Neck Road 
Phone 464-3534 

COOPER REALTY 
504 Laskin Road 
Phone 428-1330 

COURAIN REALTY 

228 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Phone-428-6000 



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DICKSON REALTY 
2605 Pacific Ave. 
Phone 428-6501 

DUQK'S REAL ESTATE 
323 Laskin Road 
Phono 428-4882 

GOLDTHWAITE REALTY CO. 
242 FIRST COLONIAL ROAD 
PHONE 428- 6868 

JAtD REALTY CO. 
200 25th Street 
Phonfe 428-6666 

KELSEY REAL ESTATE 
2706 Pacific Ave. 
PljoBe 428-7041 

Kf^GHT REALTY 

3320 Virginia 0each Boulevard 

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Pf VE MiUER REAL1 
1825 Virginia Bepch Blvd. 
Phono 428-3822 

§EAY REAL ESTATE 
^2 Great Neck Road 
Phone 340-8444 

i^RGARET P. TOMPKINS 
Mayflower Apartments 
Wione 428-7721 

WAINWRIGHT REALTY 
3^09 Atlantic Ave. 
Phone 428-2515 

WHITEHURST REALTY 
1679 Laskin Road 
Phone 428-6886 

J. B. WITH^ & CO. 
A & P ^^^tng Conter 
Phone «^1641 



LANGHORNE INSURANCE AGENCY 
2606 Pacific Ave. 
Phone 428-6461 



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25th & PACIFIC AVE. 
PHONE 428-4110 



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M£. 1; tttt $23.70. 
^^ %. FWlwr M ox to 
Junp 1. Umm « ux, hi 1, 
plat ol Lytti^^n Colony; tax 
$30. * 

^mei IL^Mky 0>rp. to C%«r- 
Ue Ijm^tm <mm ef ux, tot 18. 
fetock 37, ^t of Pen^Htrice 
Utm sec. «; ta^ $22.S0. 

Napcd^aso B^ky Cup. ^ 
RamioUl Wlfon Lewis a ux. 
tot 4. NoA 3$, ptet ol ^- 
broke Mamx' sec. 4; tax $24.t5. 

Ilerbeit {t. Sauk^, Jr. et «x 
to HtofSf in Rc#^ CofjOTfMLwo, 
tot f, ktod: 7^ ^ <A Prpess 
Ani^ Am iec.,«; tex $lf.90. 

Dludte^ W. IMt^ et ua to 
Harty O. HaV 6(ii^ tou 8, ft. 
Mock 102, ^ of Lakswood; 
tax $30. 

Point-O-View, Inc to Vins 
cent Vwlen, Jr. et als, lot M, 
btock 1, plat of Point-O-View 
sec. 1; tax $37.35. 

John J. Heinz et ux to Ste- 
phen Donohoe Bus^aaan et ux, 
tot A, btock 17, p4at of Areg^a 
Vrllage sec. 13; tax $22.80. 

Dream Constructton Corpora- 
tion to James L. Parsley et ux, 
tot 10. Wock 2, plat of Weal 
Alantbn kc. 4; tax $38.10. 

Clark - WhitdiU'l Corporation 
to Robert Leslie Flader, Jr. ct 
ux, tot 4, btock 6, {^t ^ Prin- 
cess Adue Pkza sm. 1; ^ui 
$22.50. 

David L. Cas&ida et sds to 
A:^octia|Qd Mortgage and Ibi- 
vcstment Corp., lots 15, 22, plat 
of Alanton Elates; tax $15.60. 

Billy Bernard Trotter et ux to 
Rk!»rd G. Giffio et ux, k^ 11, 
t^ock 5. {riat of Pembroke Man- 
or sec. 1; tax $23.10. 

Elmond W. -Rc«ne. ^."Ot^x 
to William Clifford Mcj'cr cTux, 
lot 75. pUt of Wmims^ Hafr- 
tatton sec. 3; tax $33.75. 

Point-O-View, Iric. to Jose^ 
& Wade et ux, tot 17,.#ioek^ 
I^t of Potot-O-Vi^ aac; M 
tax $27.75. 

Point-Q-View, Inc. to Fred- 
rick H. FcHcr ct ux, tot 13, 
btock 1. ^ otfoim-O-View 
sec. 1; tax $38.2* * 

Etevid H. Brown, Jt. et ux to 
Joseph S. Lovering, Jr. et ux, 
tot 11, btock B, plat of Bay 
CokH^ sec. $r tex >t7.^. 

Leslie B. Di^aro(» et ux to 
JcM«i^ iUdu^ GiMl»il|i, Jot 5, 
block 0, pfo ci Bay adknn De- 
v^pment %bc. 3; ttx $36.75. . 

Max Berg et al T/A to Moir 
Constructton Corpc^ation et aJ, 
tots 522-539, 541-544, plat of 
Maliba tec. 6; tax $123.75. 

Curtis D. Aiken et ux to Don- 
ald F. Kelleher et ux, tot 3. 
i^ock N, plat of Orolanne Fann 
sec. 2; tax $24.90. 

Clarence W^er Johnston et 
ux to Property Buyers, Inc., lot 
2. btock 1, platjof Afagona VU- 



Wane^ B. Clajfc ^ w to 
Prop^ty ^i^tt, M, W 8, 
btock ai, ^ dt MmMi 4nn« 
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H^^ S^^ii^ toofl^ et 

7, btog 1|A. plat o# n^ • 
Awi ff^ sec, 3; tax 128.55, : 

CMes gidtand Peanoo et 
ux to WfQpmy ftiyers. Inc., tot 
12, Usisk 7, ^ of Process 
Anne M|a a^ 10; tax S2 1.90. 

f Owlilel. tot 9. btock t 
of A«|ft3iaa V^ifc sec. 
$24. ^^ 





Property J^ntrs, Inc , 
Imvm D. ^Mter et ux, ,^_, 
block 79, plat of Princess m^ 
Plaza, aec. 6; tax $23,85. 

James J. J^n^y et uic Id 
Propeny Buyers. Inc., iot 14, 
block P. glH of Bicchwood ^- 
dens sec. 4; tax $22.65. 

Melville Corporatton to t^ek- 
'otes Alexander et ux, J 
bkfek E, plat of Point O* 
sec. 3; t^x $31.05. ,..1 

UMiier J. Sta^y ^ . 
Daniel R. Hoffman et lii. 
26, o4at of Kemppville G^^ 
sec, 1; tax $22.20. 

TTiomas R. Dukes et ui to 
Lester S! Gordon et ux, te^t 3, 
btock 1, |rfat of Princess Amt 
Plara sec. 10; tax $24.75. 

John I^nid Reating et niL to 
Dale B. Kletke. Sr. et ux,' tot 
20, block C, plat ot Woodfcunt; 
tax $25.50. 

W^liam V. Kmc et ux to 
James R MpConneU «t ux, tot 
4, Mock 1, plat <rf West ^^ 
urn sec. 1; tax $37.50. 

Cbaatal B«iOders, Inc. to 
Atoert S. Alvis et ux, lot 480, 
l^t of Malibu tec. 6; 4ax 
$35.25. 

D. C PattencHi, b-Miid to 
L^nnhaven Inve^mem CcKpOr- 
ation, 4- parcels - ptet ot ^j^ 
haven %or»; tax $123.75. 

Hallmark Consbvcticm ^rp. 
to John Paul Duggan et u^^rtot 
16, btock iL, (4at of Huottng- 
t<M sec. 2; tax $25.20. , * 

Hadlmark CoB&trultton Oki. 
to Benjamin R. WiUkma, ^r. 
et ux, lot 10, btodt M, ©tat <rf 
Huntington sec. 2; tax $2912B. - 

Mill Russ QNM^rucltoa Com- 
pany, Inc. to Anthony Andy et 

ux, tot II, m^t mm 

Princess Anne Pfiia see. f 

$20.40. 

Arm<Mi Rea)^ C^. to''^^.,^ 
Jennings Martin et ux, tol^4S^ 
block 41, plat of Fen^bc^ 
MMor sec. 4; tax $27.75. ^ y 

MiJl Ru» Comtruc^m Om^ 
pany, Inc. to Oayton ?.,W- 
chard et ux,' tot 10, btoaksAi 
frfat <rf Princess Aue Ph^^^, 
1^; tax $21.' , ■ : 



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Cadet Donald G. Patterson 
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald 
G. P^crec© of 1533 Wester- 
field Road, Bayside, l»s htsa 
acc^ted in the advanced c<»rps 
ol the Air Force Reserve Offi- 
cer Training Cori^ (AFROTC) 
program at Baytor Univo-sity, 

Wa», Texas. 

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Marhie Private Robert E. El- 
liott Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Robert E. EMtott of 486 Wind- 
mill Poi^, Hamfton was re- 
cently gradiKtted from Marine 
recruit training -at the Marine 
Corps Recruit Defwt, Paji^Js- 
4ana, South Carolina. __^ ^^ 




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MacLeod, III. itm of Nfa'.i:iJB4 
Mrs. Kenned L. h^e&o^^ci^ 
1305 Ara|oiia BIinI., & (mr^ 
ly serWng aboard the att«if'^-' 
go sMp USS Rankin, tmp^f^ti^ 
the joint U.S. operattoft n'lttlf 

Dominu:an Remiblic, '^' 

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Army Pvt. Henry L. GosA* 
man, son of Mrs. Nanny P^ ftN 
vage, 1049 Hope Ave., wm i^ 
cently assigned to the 22(kli ^ 
nal Compmy in KxstetL 

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Etectrician's Mate First jQM 
aifton E. Hoggard, USCXr, 8«l 
of Mt. and Mn^ Allied R. ifog- 
gard of 54 1. Lktie Neck Road, 
SiiuJ husbam} of the , 
J,ti^ A. Rianzy, wj^ 
recenUy to' hb gfs^ 
while serving ahovd 
Oojtrd Cutter McCulK 
ting oufgl Bbston, Mass. 

Airman AHyn B* Clanzer, 
USN. son of Mr. and'Mjs. V. ^. 
Pugh oMj05 HewUfr Hotjse 
Road » serv^ ^m Helicopter 
Anti - Std^qy^me Sau|^ron ' '^ 
aboard ^' a0-s^m&^^ war- 
fare (ASW) ^up|>ort aircraft 
citfft^ WS -Beiwing/ presently 
deptoyed in the Wes^m I^yto 
wkh tte VS. Sswaoti} l^leet 

Seanjw Recruit ^ IMvid .1^. 
Boemig, USOG; son U Mr. ai^ 
Mrs. HaroW R. IJ^mig of to 
Capot Road, recen% e$»t^ sn 
a^ U.S. Cq*st <4^pA rt. 1^ 
iCoa&t (juani Reow^ Steten, 
Norfolk. 




Robert M. Bfi^stet^^^en 
and Mrs. R.-J^ Boihcr 



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OpMiSatmiay 

VmCINIA BEACH — Sea- 
wew Beach, rideiiratef Virginia's 
franw b^if^ and amusement 
tgaw^ wiB open for its twouy- 
second season oi ^mtimous op- 



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Vifima Beadi m&i pei- 

Bob Ghea vtti hMt « 

HMoo abow from 

fl^HuKeUer 

Maftsig l^iday Jvm 

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it "^IS, mm feature io- 

i»ilh enteitafners ap- 

m 4le Bead! this sum- 

wSa abe talk witt 

<iBiag 'm die Rattskel- 

frieps wiU be ^ven 

ifonit^ to be conducted 





nttiaga- of 

C|M^ Servieea Company, a 

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amtkm Saturday, 

The reaort is cm SKve Drive 
at to^oa Brklse, Virginia 
Bofih. -M its fti^itiea which 
hidiMte i 40-roon told, a fiie- 
proctf bMMiotise, ballroom with 
a capMity of 500, six restau- 
rants, amusemeiM games and 10, 
ri<fc»-— have betai refurbished, 
painted and deccHsted in pre- 
pat^licMi fcM- die new season. 

UN hotel boa^ 40 rooms 
and an the usual, resort hotel 
(xnvenienc^. Tl» b^Amise 
<^0s »idi services as bathing 
nik, ufflh^a and blanket ten- 
tab. And die beach, one of die 
cteaiteat and safest on die East 
Cc»t, is at ail times patroH^ 
^ ccmipeteat, alei^ lifeguards. 

More than X tniined pexxm- 
m1 st^ tlM Seaview BeKh re- 
sort, and are experience in 
the operatkw <rf the tides and in 
nteriflg to die patrons* comfort, 
convenience and pleasure. 

A special future of die beach 
is a tiny tots' free wading pool, 
«diich offers grown-uos an op- 
portunity to leave their chfldten 
in perfect safety in the care of 
experienced lifecuards while 
diemselves disporting in the wa- 
tera of die Chesapeake Bay. 

AnodMT speciad feature is the 
Hundred Dollar Ca^ Give-A- 
Way evwy Friday night to some 
Juckv person. 

"Sa you at Seaview.** 



usie was presented by the 
ic Classes of Thalia Ele- 
tary Sdiool as the last fling 
of ^e PTA seasm 1^ the Thali^ 
Qi^mentary Parent Teachers 
Al^xiMion retxmly at the 
TbalM School. 

Under die Direction of Mrs. 
Olenda Lovelace, some trf the 
diildren from the First thn>u{^ 
Seventh grade music classes |»r- 
topated. 

Dick Parker was the "Her- 
4i**, Julie Lindsay "May 
Qieeii" »id the attendants, 
Ntersha Pancc^st, Debbie Konin, 
Karen Anderson. Bettie Col- 
tnwe, Emily Hill and Mai^ret 
Joifeman. 

Hie Crown Bearer was Co- 
tton Hieronimus. * 

Mafirfii^ song "The Drum- 
mer's Mardi", was sung by lit- 
tle Maidiers of the second 
gra(te Andy Pickering, Michael 
Ru^ Julie Meintzww, Susan 
Moose, Debby hfcvitt, Jtrff 
%i^k, Jane Hastings, Etenny 
Crifflpen, Stephen Fitchett, Lau^ 
ra Qiristensen, Mary Waldore, 
C^dy Pemmons, Raymond El- 
lis, Susah Hieronimus, DarreH 
Lewis, Harold Lewis, David 
Hatch, Ann Johnst<ni, Lisa 
W<Mam, and Marjorie Thayer. 
ki^>h Holley, Conductor. 

Tne First Grade presemed 
"DO-RE-MI". "Odesdienics", 
and "School Days", with stu- 
dent Jeanmarie V<^ek, Caro> 
lyn McDaniels, Karen Basgier, 
Jo^x Be^nan, Audrey Biter, 
Susan NocHia^ Midide Aftese, 
Dennis Lanier, Mike Sharpe, 
Mark Weber. Aaron Duff, Dcfl- 
ms Casey, Ricky Cimpbell, Di- 
ane Nevitt, Peter Liwly, Mike 
Dougherty, Teddy Kingsley, 
Casey Lesser, PhttipRwso, I^n- 
v^ Henry and ^san R^mes at- 
tending classes. Sandra Alexan- 
der was the teacher. 

The Iteioers ^wtt Jill Ap- 
po'Mm, Ellen Buck, Sharon Ea- 
40% J^^ J3uk% BeA Hew^t, 
Debcffih n»lfson, Diane Wri^t, 
and Marcia Di^fee. Assistaqffi 
was Mrs. Eugenia Johnston who 
assisted in the teadijng of the 
dance. Costumes for group dan- 
cers were made by the parents. 
TTie Tliird Grade presented 
"May Song**, "Mumc Alone 
ShaH Livfe" and "Polka". 

TTie biuisting of song of the 
above was contributed by . Pa- 
tricia McCoy, Ginger Nicklas, 
Betsy Brichter, Stq^en Fasio, 
&even Kee, l^rry Siarpe, Re- 
becca Sillery, Donna Goldsberry, 
Patti Tripoldi, Robert Basgier, 
Cody Leser, James MacKenzie, 
Lynne Rau, Terry E>oroudi, 
Bret Lewis, Ronnie Lee, Rebec- 
ca Law and Ivy Huffman. 

"The Gieen Cadiedral", "The 
Happy Wamterer", "May Day 
Carol" and die "Virginia Red" 
were the musical notes of the 
Fifth Gra<k wMi sharps and 
flats sung by Carol Jones, Carol 
Barkley, Robert Rice, Jim Aus- 
tin, Terry Blumenstein, Lisa 
Noles, Nancy Alexander, Paul 
Gatewood, William Goldsberry, 
Lorrie Mannii^, Connie Wilson, 
Carol Boesdien, Betty Smith, 
Marilyn Kleiner, Jcriinny Ncl- 
Mn, Jane Simms, Julia Pollie, 
Jay Williams, Chuck Bru^, 



Jalbert, Oiff Bungard, Craig 
York. Miriam Retzke, Paula 
Randall. Cadia Clark and Eliza- 
beth Thomf^on. 

"La Ras^" a Xfexioan hat 
dance was the prnentation of 
die Sixdi Grade student, David 
Lindstrom, Marc Mirmm, Ed- 
Ward Kelk, Dale Maxwdl, Jim 
Anderson, Pamda ENin^Misen, 
Katherine HW, Nancy ^me, 
Mary Russo, Laurie Kyle, Doug 
PHley and EilMn &nidi. Coe- 
tumes made by die pareitts. 

"Give Me Your Tlied, Your 
Poor", 'it's A Grand Night For 
Singing", "My Favorite Tilings" 
and 'XTlimb Every Mountam" 
was a symphony of music by the 
Seventh Grade Chorus with 
Karen Bass, Kadiy Drews, Chris 
DuW, Carol Etherid^, Lillian 
Harwy, MiHie Lymw, Woody 
Furr, Frank Marshall, David 
Hiompsoii, Donna Watscm, 
Brenda and Mary WiNiams, El- 
len Caswell, Breckie Dau^ry, 
Jean GuK^t, Tom Hager, 
Christy Hart, Donna Lee, Q)n- 
nie Murphy, Martin Saunders, 
Ann Sutton, Nancy Thomps(Mi, 
Lolly Briers, Carol Gatcfcn, Me- 
lissa Coleman, Nancy Davis, 
Claire Fasio, Deborah Geiger, 
Alfreda Kemper, Kathy Moore, 
Meng Shelby, Sandra Alexander, 
Lynn Basgier, Sarah Casey, Ann 
Hoffhian, Melanie Retzke, Vicki 
Rushing and Marcia White. 

^^sc»»mpanist was Robert Ed- 
wards. 

"Maypole E^ance** fcf die 
Fourth Graders was die climax 
of the evening with Dick Parker, 
Rick Boyfes, David Garrisoiv 
Tim Eason, Karen Beaman, 
Nancy Pater, Laura Sharpe, Lee 
Ann Russo, I>enise Etheridge, 
Monica %inn, Kim Nees, &e- 
phen Christian, Freddie Cole- 
man, David Lively, Kenneth 
Harton and Judy Nicklas parti- 
cipating. 

Gifts were presented on be- 

hal! ofthe Utalia PTA by Mrs. 

F. A. Retzke, retiring president, 

to Mrs. Helen ^nce, t^rk o( 

Thalia School; Mrs. Amy Kirby, 

cafeteria manager; and Ivan H. 

Lockman, f<M- their help during 

the pa^ school yearjn assisting 

to make the PTA's meetings a 

smooth and enjoyable evening 

Mn. L. E. JaH)crt, inoommg 

president, presented Mn. Retzke 

With a gift for her leader^ip 

during the past year. 

Mrs. Re^e dianked alT tier 
chairmen and their cimmittees 
for the splendid cooperation 
and for the help of the room 
mothers in providing rtelitah- 
ments at the meetuigs. 







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LOST PLANET NO. 8 

STARTS WEDNESbAY, JUNE f 






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^ Mayor Fraalt IhuA parclLa«a« 
Frank Wad*, poppy chairmaB. 



tha first poppy frain Mn. 
(Photo by Edward*) 



POPPY MY SATIHHMY 



^ * ^ PEACH - WlQHT AT TME BEAOL 



ON THE OCEAN FRONT 
31sf St reet & Attanfk Avenue— Virgin ia Be a ch 
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' NOW OPEN 
FOR THE 1965 SEASON 



BIG HOLIDAY WEEK-END!! 



CLUB AIDS CAMP 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Virginia Beaoh Civitan Oub has 
donated $1,500 to Camp Civitan 
which this year will be expanded 
to handle 300 retarded and han- 
dicapped Tidewatsr children. 

Established in 1962, the camp 
is on a 14-acre site on Va. 166, 
between Great Bridge and Deep 
Creek. It previously accommo- 
dated 250 youngsters. 



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VIRGINIA BEAC^ — "Will 
you buy a poppy to help a vet- 
eran? wiH ik said dver and over 
^ again on Saturday w*ich ha^ 
been designated as National 
Poppy Day. 

American Legion Auxiliary 
Uijit 113, aided by the girl 
scouts, wiH be selling the pop- 
pies to raise funds for the aid of 
disabled veterans and the chil- 
dren of veterans. 

A replica of die poppy wfiioh 
bloomed on the battlefields ^ 
Fiance in 1919 has become the 
Memorial flower of die Ameri- 
can Legion and die American 
Legion Auxiliary. The Poppy is 
more than a flower — it is a sym- 
btrf of the American way of 
life ... a reminder 'of the past; 
an inspiration for the future. 

The poppy program has a two 
fold imrpbse. First, the diertipy 
of the veterans in making them 
by hand. S»:ond, the financial 
assistance it ^fords them and 
their families who are in need. 

lest we forwt ... 
IN FLANDERS FIELD 

by CviomA lohn McCrae 
"In Flanders fidds, the poppies 



grow 
Between the citisses, row on row, 
Thai matk our place, and i^ die 

sky 

The larks still bravely singing 

fly. 
Scarce heard amidst die guns 

below — 



We are the dead 

Short days ago we lived, felt 

dawn, saw sunset glow, 
Lov^ and were loved, and now 

we lie 
In Flanders fields. 

Take up our quarrel with the foe, 

To you from failing hands we 
throw 

The Torch — be yours to hold it 
high; 

If ye break faith with us who 
die 

We shall not iteep, though pop- 
pies grow 

In Flanders field." . 
Let Memorial Day dawn now 

in the hearts of each. Wear a 

Poppy and Memorial Day will 
- be more dian a memory. 



JAM SESSION 
SAT. & SUN. 

FROM 2 TO 6 
"LfVt MUSIC 



DANCING NIGHTLY 

IN OUR BALLROOM 



Special Mamerial Day , 

FIREWORKS - 

DISPLAY 

suMDJEtaer^rraE 

FREE CURCUS ACT 
SUNDAY AT 2:30 p.M. 
CANDY THE CLOWN" 
Part7„G*BM»-Prise*-Fua I I 



300 CAR PARKING LOT 

ALL 12, RIDES NOW IN FULL S\N\^G 

Bktk HmiM A R*fr«iliin«Bt Sua^ <^a Daily at 9 A.M 

ISO - ATTRACTIONS - 501 



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BRIDGE TOURNAMENT 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
32nd Annual Virginia Beach 
Bridge Qiampionship Tourna- 
nwnt will be held at die Cava- 
lier Hotel Saturday through 
Monday. 

Over 560 plavers from the 
Eastern Seaboard and Canada 
are expected to attend. First and 
second pliice^^priMs will be 
awarded for ainRaior events, and 
Rtst place prizes wiH be awarded 
lor all special pair ^mes. 

Master pairs wHl be offered 
this year for the first time. There 
will also be men's, women's 
mixed, special and open pairs. 



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-Hie aiore at a p«ty the 
WKt^Mi tlie fewer,4lM bettec 
fad.'' 



b kiokiiig at footlKril 

ilMrica's favorite 

pastioM? 

No. Wo say it's looking 

at otlMT pooplo's lioines. 

'W%en you're tryins to mU your house, 
you're not apt to feel verv sporting 
about it But you're always ahead of th« 
when you see a Realtor*. He'lT 




>w your bouse only to rally inter- 
ed proqwcts, save you wear and tear 
oo your floon and on your nerves. 



Look for thi$ sod. 
Only I ReiKor 
can dispi^f it. 



A Rttllor It t profM- 
■ioMi In ml s^att wke 
MbitfttMi ts s strict 

Codt •( Ettltet is • MMD- 

ksr of tkt local bond and o< tko Nittond Aiae- 
cMoM of Rotl EsMi toirti. 



ComfflOflwealth 
Realty 

2242 GREAT NECK ROAD 
PHONE 464^534 



Virginia Beach Theatres 

BEACH-BAYNE 



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today; FRI. &. SAT. 
AAAY 27-29 




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TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY 

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Double Feature 

WRONG ARM 
OF THE UW 

Peter Sellers 



AMOROUS GENERAL 

Peter Sellers 

Thurs., Fri. & 5«. 
JUNE 3-5 

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VfRGINI4 B£ACH — 

"Viff^te arc wc «s adults pl»;ing 
our y^»s, w^ « teacher 
cam $*30a4^|X) per year 
ani a rock *a rc^er cams 
$1^00 an hour?" 

C%i«< f>robation Qffker Gor- 
don Ttoncr put it to die Virginia 
Beadi Hl^i Sctood Parents 
dL^ue quite bcMy^ *'as die 
twig is bent the tree wiH grow." 
PaiN|ts itiuM assume responsi- 
l}^y for tbek cfaildien^ <Min- 
queac^. If youn^t^^s have a)n- 
sttwstive activities a v a Ha J) 1 e 
they wHl nor tw Vuherible to 
the lower Iqnns of rawtain- 
mei^ 



,j}e parent spdte <M: "We 
\are atenned about the chan^ 
in valites. IVhart advice can you 
give us?" 

Is nothing ttroi^a' 

Iwt^'j^nMi," Mr. Tur- 

usted. He ur^ed parents to 

tfieir Vbic^ in' plotest )to 

X emphasis" on _t|w news- 




movies and €'.V. 



^Hmcr, do yoti IW 
tfie*i are enoiigh youth activities 
at ^k^nia 9each?" 

^ilo, I'd iike'^o xe a good 
Boy# Club, a YWCA and a 
YMCA." 

Wairen Sivertsen: "I've jiBt 
redimed, from Baton Rouge, 
^La., where we built tiu'ee 
VILA'S. Wby don't we twild 
one here? Let's *ow our young- 
st#s diat h is more fun to oo 
wl^t is good.^' 

"'Whet about sororities ami 
fraletnitics?'' 
**They art idways a li^dache 



to m" Hr. Tuner laM. Par- 
ents shooto AM permit 1^ 
iAool sbidents to go tb mek- 
^ houMi^ardes. It it tta pw- 
epto* tacOc <tf myoinlhi%.'' 

New ottceiiXllelited' m Ae 
nw^s' Leagt^ m: prmMm, 
Mr. Vi %t%m\( vice-praudent, 
Lt 0}1. Warr^^ Sivert^ re- 
cording secret^/ Mrs- Mabel 
GoruBcm; oorT^x)pding i^cre- 
tary, Mrs. A^ne t^nftis; and 
treasurer, Mrs. Hilda Casey. 




you 

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IMS #•• bookM 

Om booUet, "7 Ways We Om SeS 

J me House." isib you how e 
eeltor* ca n b# y jBitt tte ft^ef 
pnce M^ tfie sfaoiiut tinti UMBCcuiue 
te p^iOi of houiM^ng. UN Us 
^M Mmique to dose e tmuactie^ 
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We say it's looking at otha 
people's homes. 



When ycHi'ie trying to seli your how^, you're' 
not apt to feel very sporting about it. And the 
i!K>re spectators you have to contend with, 
the ipore time you waste, the flme tu^otts- 
manlike you g^ 

Avoid thtt tanowing eiqwrtace. Bm a 
lUalUw*, 

A mitor is a profcsdood ffticti e^te 
who subsaibn to a ^^ Code of Etfucs as a mairiNr (rf'tl^ toad 
board and of tl^ Netimal Association of JRod 
Estate B(»rds. And he o^t% you esumm^. 

You're always ahead of the game wtai you 
•ee a Reahor. To find him, just look fw (bis sett. 




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•IKIAiNOTiCP 

mmcE 

Notke k beteky given H»t In 
Older dated May 18, 1965 has 
keen initod by the und^s^HNl 
auttioYia^ <he name of ttte Gas 
Screw X>mXM AT official 
number 280089, owned by Cam- 
eron A: Mun^i, of wh^h tkx- 
€ott, Vl^nia u the home port, 
to be chaued to FOUR SONS. 
Roy w. Edwjtfds 
Ik[«i^ Collector in CSiaige 

oi Marine Work 
Port of Norfoft, Va. 
NOnCB 
Thfe is to iMtify Ihe public 
A« the ulKlersigm^, trading as 
Lighthouse Nest will within ten 
aays af^ |wblkatioa of tifis 
iK^kx apply to the Vir^nia^State 
AtooAiobc Beverage Control 
B<»rdt f<M- a license to sell ^r 
and w^e for crff and on pi«- 
mises axBunwdon. 
Robert L. jHomaa 
T/A LighAouse Nest 
1st St. & Atlantic Ms., 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

5427-lT 



Nonci 

Take noti<% that on June 10, 
1965, at 10:00 a.m. at Hrft 
ftffi^ ffle.; ITar ». Extead^ 
yi^ma Beach, Vijginia, we 
rfwH expose -to sale one 1965 
ford Mustang 2 dr h/t, iwial 
no. 5F07F-114S33, seiied ai«! 
repossessed from 'Robert S. 
Smift, 4929 Klamath Road, Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia, by virtue 
of die breach of a certain condi- 
4ioDal sales contract, dated Jan- 
uary 26, 1965, in pursuance oi 
the uniform sates act of Vii^inia. 

Holt Bukk, Inc. 

21st & Pacific 

Virginia, Beadi, Virginia 
• , 5-27,lT 



COMMCMVWEALTH 
/ or IIMHNIA 

In the Clcifc*8 OfBcc of the 
CliCidt Cowt of *e City of Vlr^ 
#te Btiidll, OB flw IMi «bqr of 
May, 196S. 

mom OF PUBUCATION 
DIANA HOLLIS WOLF, 

Plaintitf, 
against 
THOMAS ANTHONY WOLF, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a Vinculo 
Matrimoni from the said de- 
fendant, upon the groumis of 
d«^rtion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is a non-resident (tf Ae 
^ato of Virginia, the last known 
p(Kt office address being: % An- 
drew L Woif, 9th Street, St. 
Louis, Missouri, it is ordoed 
that he do appearfhere within 
ten (10) days after due publka- 
tion hereof, and (h> l^hat may 
^ necessary to (o^otect his in- 
terest in this suit. 

A a>py— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CSerk 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
DREWRY & EVANS p.q. 
3007 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

5-20-4T 

COMMONWEALTH 
OF VmGlMA 

In ftw deil^ OBkt of tte 
OfCirit Cowt of the City oT 
ViiMi Biwdi, Vs., o» tfto 134i 
A^efMiy, 1965. 
Ohrail OF PUBUCATION 
!W2AN^ S. TARR, rtainUff, 

ag»tist 
JAMES BBR'RY TARR, 

TMendant. 

The object <rf this sirit is to 
oteain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
inotii on the giountb Of de^r- 
tion. 

And an affidavit havii^ foe^ 
madb and ffled that flie mfet^- 
aat is a i»n<f (SMteut of the State 
ol Virgiaia, llie last known post 



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otm tmm «f «» ill « vfew 

m mbn, IMW. 

MLORES IRENE OWEMS 
NETTLES, Maintiff 

sgaij^ 
JAMES ALLEN NETTLES, 

Defendeat 

The object of Ak mit & to 
o4>toia separate maiw^inyiyf 
iKHa said defendant, upm the 
gp»U^ dl treatment tatttamoant 
to ^bion. 

And an atf^la^ havaig been 
vmde and f Ued diat the ^fend- 
a|it is a non-i^ideat ol the Soi^ 
of Virginia, the last known post 
o^e a^Iress Wng: James Al- 
len N^es, Brunswick, Georgia., 
it is orto^ ihM te do appear 
here widrin Ten (1^ Days after 
due publication h»^f« aiui do 
what may be n»:es8ary to jmo- 
t»n hb interest in this suit, 

A copy — ^Teste: 

JOHN V.TENTT^fiSS, Clert 

J. Curtis Fruit, Depifty Cfer|: 

BRYOGEs ft aaon^s, 
^y«-. P4. 

1369 Uskin Road 
Vir^ia BeiK^, Virgkui 

5-20-4T 



GtWBfONWEikLTfl 

OFV^G»«A 

b die .CaM's Office of *» 

draft ibovrt «l Ita City of YIN 

^" Vi., on te 14tfi 

. 1«W. 

OF PUBLKrATION 
I^L^ LnTLE CONNaX, 
Plaiatift,- 




TfeDBERT EUGENE CONNEU. 

tMeoAuit 

1^ Olfagt of dik suit is to 
<^tl^l^H divorce a vincuk> 
finlM^c^ liiolt die, igrouadi of 
treatment tantauKmnt to deser- 
don. 

Add m affidtvU having been 
made Md filed diat the defend- 
am » a ncn-raident of the Slate 
of Virginia, the last known pcN$ 
(tffi<% address beii^: Robert Eu- 
gene Conuell, Rt. 2 ^^ai^M, 
NcMTth Carolina, k is ordered 
diat he do appear here wilUa 
Tm (10) Days after due publi- 
cation heireof , and do wl»t may 
be neoessa^ to i»Dte<< his in- 
terest m dm suit. 

A copy — ^Testo: 

K)HN V. F^TTRESS, Clerk 

J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy Qcrk. 
BRYDGES & BROYLES, 

Attys., p.q. 
1369 Uskfli Road 
Virginia Beach, Viipnia 

5-20-4T 



COMMONWEALTH 
OF ^^RGINU 

b die Clerk's OOeb of the 
OKvtt Court of Ihe CHy |ol 
ViiflBia BMdi, OB the Teirih 
day of May, 1965. 
ORDER W I'lBLICATION 
LEAH RAE SMILEY MILLER 

Plaintiff, 
aciiiwt 
WILLIAM HARRY MttJLER, 

Defendairt. " t^ 

The- object <rf this suit is to 
obtain a <hvorce a mensa et ^oro 
to Ik later merged into a divorce 
a vinculo ma^imoni from the de- 
fendant, upon the grounds of con- 
sdutive desertion as of November 
6th, 1964. 

And an affiitevit having been 
made and filed th^ the de^lid- 
ant is not a resident of the i^ 
of Vkginia, die ksA known post 
office address ?»iiig: VP23, U.S. 
Naval Air Station, Brunswicit, 
Maihe, it is ordered that te do 
af^war bere wi^in Ten (Ip) 
E^ys after due puWication her^, 
and do what may be aeoei^ary |o 
^oteot his interest in this sok. 

A Ot^ — Ifcste: 

JOHN V. FENTOEK, Clerk 

by: J. Curtis Fruit, 
DefMty Oerk. 
Fine, Fine, Legnm, Schwaa^ft 

!%» p.q. 

720 |.aw Aifldii^ 
Nortott, Vimnfa 

5-13-4T 



C(M|ONWfUaTH 

b die Cka^y Oi&e of fte 
<^«# CM olM W # ^ 






ORDER €ff PL^VJCATION 

DARL0^ FUSSELL, 



VIRGINIA BEACH SUN, Thuaday, Mny 27, I §^5 



AS^ "H^^^S^OA^ 



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• m 




FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION 



>^aA 



PW^^ 



WILUAM ROY FWWKX, 

D^^^tt. 

t^ ^KH of <h9 «Bit is to 
i^Mnii a w^mm « imcuto nmtti- 
noM ftoai ^ tM A^ndaot. 
npoa dK fDoaoA of d^otion. 

^id a Mvfk Ikt^ been 
made aad fied ttat ^ leteid- 
edt b a a»B-v»i(|eil of ^ Stale 
oi VbgWt. IN tat taotn pogt 
0^^ addrees being: Do«an, 
Ahriiama, U u ordered tint he 
do tcpgom hert widiin tra (10) 
days a^r dito puUication here- 
of, ami do what may be mces- 
lery to jwolect hb interest in 
this suit. 

A copy — ^Teste: 

JOHN V FENTRESS, Clerk 

By: J. CiMts Fruit D.C. 
BRYDCm A teOYLfiS p.q. 
1369 Lasim Road 
ViqpaBt Bepch, Vkgina 

r 5-6-4T 



" T'OTT'fc. 



kk rprntanliyi Kc— Wa nfli 
ttUfm fsi^ae Vim Inm my 
i^/fNtf^ bdbpled ditv#a. 
Oril 



H LojffqMn3" 



B^utfd biito pendcaot. Re- 
inrd if fouo^ *pd returned to 
o^ier, hm in vicing of 
23ip Qistom Circk. CtH 
42ft4»62. 

5-27-lT 

— wrmsfm — 



EA^PLOYMENT 
q HelpWawi sdltola or 



Salesntoo or SaMaAes — NO 
EXPERIENCE NECES- 
SARY. I can use 2 sincere 
traii^es ii^tsled in a souwl 
salM cu6a. (N<H door to 
<kxv.) My itow men evn 
|6(X)0 i» $10,000 die first 
year. (^q^^Mtunity k« rapid 
advanconnat to management 
positions. Mu^ have car, but 
tiavel is (»>tional. For inter- 
view 0B44 Mr. Funey, 
428-3396. 

4-22-TFN 

MANPOWER, INC. 

UMIEN1LY NEEDS 

1>pisli 



We have immediate assignments, 
many adjacent to Virginia 
BoMh. 

NQPEE 
Time off b^weei pt^ when de- 
sired — ^ww^k on ^»e temporary 
jobs when convenient to you. 
Phone now for interview and job 
assignment, 627-3661. 

MaBBOwer, be. 

733 Boush Street 

5-27-lT 



60 Mec toshvcHons 



20 AiHoBMWta for ffeli 



1957 T-Bird, bbKk, sta«iar(^, 
diift, i»^, teater. R«»on- 
ial^.' Oobd t»iiditi(». C^l 
428-4506 a 426-9700. 

5.20-2T 



1960 Ford V$ksm 2 door ^an 
$500 C9^. CaU 627-44^1. 

.....,-.^...::^^,...-J...-. „5-204fft 



i^m,J^ 



31 fvMdii!#--«aMlrteM 

III! ifi iim6^k*-miihi"i mi 



Coirtraeton ir Hoint ftUMer^-^ 

L^ iia M^ ywi w^ ths^ new 

hnnif g<ftiili<mi w 

W« ma funush matorials 

btmmmt to tittc ai^ aid 

liMKii«. 

Kellgm A BiiOB, Uto. 




We ifocialiw m l^liai cabinetSy 
home imtKoveo^a^ and any 
^^ of shop e»brk. CaU Poo- 
da^ofa h^ Work et 3008 
$ o a t h t^nnhaven Road, 
341-5520 or 341-2682 awan- 
faigs. 

< 3-n-TR^ 



NEW AND REPAIR WORK 

Ftamt^ — He«^ 

Ekctriod <— Air ConditioBing 

PRJD4C£$S ANNE PLUMBING 

AND EIJECTRIC \L 

SUPPLIERS. INC 

Ph(»to 426-2660 

11-5-tfn 



VAXmm aJSlLiaiB9--aoover, 
Sate iod ten^. Pnmpi of ■ 
fidoU r»airi. I^ up and 
^Uvei7->hOna 6A84m 
Tmi IM A Biiildiiig 8iq»- 
^aa. ina. 

EAMHjQYM^^' 






Waflled, white housekeeper^ 
UH in. CaU after' 5. 428- 
1233. 

5-20-3T 



41 N»l» Wiwtod— Mala 



Ca^RTUNITY! 

WIffiRE THE ACTION IS! 

,DiHi to ej^ansion of our Vir- 

^^^Qeeh Boulevard office, 

«M tai^f^i^ for 5 jp^pk 

Ipererted in Ae foscmatrng 

W4 ^ selling horns. Call 

doodi^-S(^gar-Hogan Resi- 

deatial Sdes Core. 341-3232. 

2-11-tfii 



Nested— 3 men immediately for 
managa traii^e pro|^. 
Must be attends am career 
niaUed. C^ 428-9 14:^. 

ll-19*l£n 



Li^nr^vnii^s/ 



NOW YOU CAN MASTER 
SHORTHAND PRINCIH.ES 
IN JUST 9 HOURS AT 
HOME! Easy alphiri)edc sys- 
tem. To 120 words/minute. 
Natk>naUy i^vertis^ "Aipha- 
IwiiKi" cowse. World's only 
setf-teadiii^ abc system of- 
fering "Programed Learning" 
teaching madiine — work- 
btx)k — 2 dictation records — 
iq}ecial dictionary! Only $9.95 
complete, post-paid. 14-day 
i^Mactlcm/refuad offer. Send 
<^eclc/M.O. to S. K. Robin- 
son, Box 401 5-f, V4r^ia 
Bcick, Va. To order COD., 
dial 340r6257 evenings., Dis- 
Iribt^r. j 

' ____ 5-13-3T 



>> Altm g»f fal* 



Hcft||«'jttcr. Very riasonable. 
Ex<»lleilt conditicm. 2 ^rs 
old. $*«. MA2-8581 after 
10 a.ra. MA2-9639 after 
5 p.m. 

5-27-2T 

Painted bedroom set. Tvnn beds 

and springs. Chest and dress- 

ilgtiWle. till 428-1027. , 

5-27-lT 



RENTAL REAL ISTATE 



1 10 Ajarfmeats Unfurrsisbed 

APARTMENTS— Furnished or 
lu^nished. Yearly or season- 
al. Cooper itodty, 206 25th 
Street, 428-1330. NighU 42^ 
6833. 

3-2 TFN 



M»iim 



111 Apartments Pumi^^ 



Doe and 2 bedroom furnisl^ 
apartments. Year round. CaD 
428-2724 or 428-6666. 

Austin's COun Motel Apart- 
ments, 206- 19d^ Street Effi- 
ciency apartments. All utflitiei 
furnished. Also, 4-room apart- 
Oiint and furnished rooms. 
Btock from Bus Station. By 
week ot month. 



wmmnm 



My own beautifully 
bedroom raiK^h 
conditioned, ao< 
heat, fire place, poidiei 
reasOTiable. SutiHMr or 
•ly rental, MA 2-8511 
a.m. MA 2-9639 after $ 

5-: 




T17 Wanted To Rent 




New and modern, oim and two 
bedroom apartments. Low 
yearly rentals, also weekly and 
monthly rentals. Call 
428-6713. 

3-U-TFN 

2 fodroom furnish^ a^ii^meat 
Convenient location, l^dtt^ 
iate occupancy. Yearly rental 
CaU 428-3680. 

2-9-tto 



Exceptionally nice 1 bedtpwn 
furnished apartment. Avi^- 
able June 22nd. Lar|e 
grouinds, troes, gtesid^^ 
area. Annual lease. Can be 
seen by appointment Owaa. 
428^-2256. 

5-20-tfa 



11 4B Apaitn|«nts ai^ 
HousM For Rtnf 



Wanted — houses or apakmoits 
to rent or sell: Summer rentals 
needed. Cooper Realty, 206 
25th Street 428-1330. Ni^te 
428- 6833. 

3-2-TTN 



115 Hooses— Pomtihed 



Hot Point otosric raage. 40 
inches wide, double oven, 
lour burners, ai^matic dm- 
er, push birtton deluxe modd. 
$50.00. 340-8995. 

5-27-ir 



Oceana - Near ^aaPJmi4»- 
nished cottage. C^^ient 
location. Oae-^^o people 
340-8329. 

5-13Htfn 



Li\^ room, bedroom, kitdxat, 
imdi Convenient to stopping, 
churches, teundromat. Very 
reas<«iable yearly rentel. Pa- 
cific Avenue. Phime o9fmu 
428-5016 or 428-2143. 
_ 5-13-^ 

AUCTKDNS 



WOMEi«I — "FIGURE CON- 
TROL" BOOK, by audior 
RAF idiysicafl fitness manual. 
New J5gure-beauty approadi 
for air women. No outmoded 
"exercises." Shows how var- 
ious figure V problems — over- 
weiglit, undcrweigjit, reduc- 
ing, <teve]opii», posture — can 

' be sucoessfuHy tackled by 
^ise tndiiii^, diet, moffes- 
dve rahltoiice txstmss. U- 
taualed "Areo" book. a<^. 
$3.75, postpaid (no C.O.D.). 
$-day satisfaction/refund irf- 
ier. S«id djeck/M.O. to S. K. 
Robmscm, l^x 4015-B, y|e. 
^ima Beadi, Va. C^er. 

5-13-3t 




93 ttoweaiiiold SowN 



•*• 



Fc* saft tow — new and X9^ 
built sola beds in a vaiii^ 
ttf colon a^ bbrics. Abb 
sofas, k)ve seats, assorted} 
chairs, tallies, dfe^, book^ 
0|s^ dii^^ md bedroom 
^rhfoire. HUtop Upholster- 
ing p)., 1000 Virginia Beach 
fequlevard. Phone 428-637?/ 
Call us lo uf^iplster and rcf' 
tiqish yOur worn, soiled and 
marred furniture. Free estii- 
mate, pick-up and delivery. 
''We buy and seU used fun^ 
ture." 

4-1-TFN 



P^^^ wanted. SmiH j<4>s. In- 
terior Or exterior, C^M 428- 
75^6. 

5-20-21 



WANTED 
2 D^voy Boys 

Thursday only ' 
8:30- 11:30 a.m. 
Company Car Furhkhed 

Phone or come in at 
3108 Pacific Ave. 

■428-2 



^StructonS" 



HARDIN SCHOOL 
OF MUSIC 

Srlauiw Hardlai. Dbei* «a 

31 2 -35th Street 
Virginia B«acli 



Unfureiibed home for Ei 
tive.' Preferably LifliL.,^ 
Linltsr or Ata^m mc^. # 
bedrooms, 2 batiis ani dN|. 
Bell Real Estate. CaU 42^ 
8322. • br 

• $.I3#' • 



REAL ESTATE FOR 



124 Houses For Sale 



it 



For sale. 2 bedromi tome. A- 
aonry (xmtituded. Arctic ^k- 
aue, overlooki^ beao^ul 
Lake Hc^y. New O^^ 
O^ner lot Weed for qrifll^ 
sal. $10,000. Fstance m^ 
saMcioi7 cUem. H. d. 
Moore, Broker, Jarvis * ' 
Kitchen. Cafl 428-7755. •' 
5-13-ai • 



WiH trade. Equity m 2 betbooa,. 
hcHue at 2240 Rubes Sire^ 
Gatowood Park, Loiaillt 
Bn(^, for sati^KtCMry kit at 
trailer. Phone PriiK^s Ataa- 
Redty Company. 428-S3m" 
5-1 34b* 



.'flu 



m Out el Town 



■•iWT " 



(>an^ ^ve - 35 acaM dHMftii 
w^ estaUislied beariaf 
grove in Central Roriik, vim%. 
Lakelaiui. Eju^Alrat inyiit*%! 
mentt $175,000, meMdW^ 
bam, aU cukivating e^lpi 
ment By owner. Write B^ 
116, Viipnia Beach ltea.v W 



RNAhpM. 



«<to 



ANY AMCHWfr-^AST ifflV^ 

' ANCJbR REALTY 

CA 8-742t -jN^rmm 



CniiiiiiBirlat 




w. c $om$xm 



vir 



-« ■! i "III mil i-rT> .,.#., 



Wif 



MEROIANDBE 



Ask Yeur £ve Pfiysieiaa 

TRAYLOR'S 



eunj) omciAN 

SBrving ViffMi BMch 

ISW LmUb Rm^ Vlretak BmA 
B«nwrd H. MdiMMra, Mfr. 

BAY ISLAND 

T^eiratef*! Fl^t AH 
. Waterfroat CoiAtiltimty 
LQTS FOR S4LE 

BAY ISLAND 

REAL ESTATE 00. 
4644(81 NHiiHt <^A 8-91«S 



ANN0UNClA*W3rS 




IXAM CC ,_ 

State Umb*« Prapcretorjr 

pay and S^aniM ^u»m > 

ClMaea loatractad By"^!l^^tie^ 

ml Attorn*^ aad A t.icim»4 

Real Etteta Brakar. ^■ 

Pat* Stata Beard Ens 

^mUf— EwMttt NiHr 

COMPLETE <:0UBSE....*3S 

Tidnmter's Most ixpmgnctd 

School 

Norfolk-Mvlsmeitrii 

REAL ESTATi SOIOOL 

Oo!«fi»a*t^Lsgta lSiiH« 
PHONE MA 2-3074 



rmmmmmm ^ 

EXCW5CI«ttUt r 

mmmm 
PAkTk'ma 

rULL-TniE WfMK PPR 

AiMHOi mbom a 

New Territ<tfu» io th^ areir- 
tfxpcw dealai 
MALfiOR FfiMAli 
Ava&Ue, ha^b^ the smM- 
famous SOfLVANU Wk^ 
FAST mwii^ ibdlo «rf*?V. 
tufecs, sold thru oo? NBV. 
^rr oKxfel Free-S^-S»iriea 
tube testers. 1%^ i^ia 
method of sal«, ^^mm^ 
ce^ful in 9 y^n iptc^y ^ 
operatioiis. Tria»idcttt mvt- 
ti-mfflkw dottar nwtat a^^- 
able yearly. CaA «WKCmMt 
required from SlS^.tMT Io 
$3290.00-Bp»niki^ €^ild net 
over $600,00 per^w^, 

BUSINESS ^ FintLY tor 

W— INCOME STAir^ 

IMMEDUIttY ~ NO 

SELLING OR SOUCIIJNG 

REQUIRED *^ R£f£AT 

BUSINESS 
Financial assistance given to 
full time, if desired. To qt^Ur 
fy you must hive capital (or 
immediate investmetit 44 
spmte hours each wecd(, auto, 
and sincere desire to own a|id 
opei^te yOur own jbwpii 
For personal iatervie"* "" 
opportunity, write, 
{none number to: 

SINGER lisFDUSTRlES 

8631 Delmar SM. 
St Louis, Ma Mt44 ., 
5.20-2T 



I 



r 



jeHCT SUN, f»iurB<»y, May 27, 1965 



>#aB 



m 



mm 




4-H Activities 
and Events 

C. nUNCiS LAY 



tT. 



"The nmnature mind h<>p$ {nrnt one thing 
ire mind seeks to fdlow thrmigh."— Harn- 




a ;.'■ " ■"■ ■■••••-•*••■ V Mtaiwi m»jFn ■■mil tiiic iiiiiig to another; the 
ywre mind seeks to fdlow thrmigh."— Ham- A. Overstreet 
He&> fcrfksl Many boys »nd girU are not joining 4.H toila 
ueiause tim fed that 4- H is for rural young |>eople only. Aw 
or girl between the ages of 10 and 19 can join 4-H, and' enr<»t 
jToject worit that is as ads^^i^le to urban conditions as it i« 
rural CN^tditions. Today, I war« to tell you about one of the^ 
^' rts: ^ * 

4M Metiers Take Otvr Hfiuie Imf^roi'cn^nl Johs | 

'^ R^bdeiii^ a home is untelly considered to be an adift 
However, In 4-H fattiilies the younger inemben 
devote much time to beautifying and improvit^ 
their homes. 

They are the 201,000 boys and girls through- 
out the nation enrolled in the 4-H Home inif)rove. 
metit program supervised by the Cooperative ICx- 
tension Serviee. 

The yout^est 4-H'ers usually experiment with 

naints, paper materials, picturse and furniture care. 

'embers between 12 and 14 years of age learn to 

.ew cu^^int, frame pictures and redecorate thsir 

oonw. * B 

Older members learn how to upholster and 
"^C F. tmi refinish furniture, build tables, improve lighting, 
iSfcke lamps, judge home furnishitigs, add storage space, arrange 
and remodel rooms. 

v Many become experts at refinishlng furnittire. Recently a 
O^r^ 4-H girl was asked to refinish a 100-year-old candlestick 
IHble for a muaeum, 

, Various methods of teichit^ are employed by the club Itaders, 
T^tMing them are tours of ftdiric shops, furniture and department 
rtM-es, hardware .^ores, are gaUeries, mu^^ims, and frfaces f eatur- 
H^ waiving, woodworking and related handicraft. 
*■ , Each year tlw liest hrnne ImfMDvement project completed in a 
rtfcte Wngs the club members one of the most .sought after awards 
4+f has to offer; a trips to the National 4-H Qub Congress at 
_ , and a cham* for one of ^x $500 educational scholarships, 
before the boys, or girls resrh the state competition^they usually 
qualified for a county medal award. "" 1 

SfMMor »f these a^rards, p^ \7 educational grants of $M) 1 
, IS tne S&rt Fmimlation, Inc. 

This is one of tiw modem 4-H projects undertaken with equal 
bf both rural and Urbail 4-H members. And it is also a 
\ftct thtt saves money and improves the value of tw^Jiome. 
AddltknU information about the home improvement program 
be <Ae»^ from ypur Agricultural Exfns^on Office 

COMING UVBNTS - — — -.— 

Intfrf-^burtlmae ft.-*tt prtr Mtg., Courthotise iSdrcR^ 
MO P.M. ' 

' June 2~4jourtlK>use Sr. Qub Utg., Demtmstration Kitchen, 
fMPM. .^ 

June S-'^rttierT *4-H Mtg., LeKies Methodist^Qrawli, 




VIRGINIA BEACH — TTie 
pimher of fire and ambulance 

lit during Mardi ai^ Af)ri| 
h^n released ty Chf^ 
patcher G^v^ HeW. 

Fire calls during March in- 
lud^: 30 buiMiogs* 45 woods/ 

ass; 18 autos; 4*5 miarellan- 

us and 7 Wie, a total of 145. 

ring April there were 33 

ildings, 47 woods, IS cars, 
46 miscellaneous and 4 false, 
for the same tcMal, 145. 

Ambulance calls in March in- 
cludftl 15 heart attacks, 9 m«- 
ternitv, 7 attempted suicide, 216 
mi^dlaneous, 39 traffic acci- 
dents, 1 faliie,ifor a total of 287. 
April's fieuies include 21 heart 
attack, 18 maternity, 5 attemp- 
ted suicides, 247 misceUanzous. 
38 traffic accident, for a total 
of 291. 



AFROTC CADET 
^MISSIONED 

GREENVILLE. N.C. -^ Bry- 
an L. Bennett of 2348 Pleasure 
House Road is among the ^rad- 
uatintr cadets in the Air Force 
ROT© detachment at EasJt Car- 
olina Cclleee and was cdmmis- 
sk>ned as Second Lieutenant in 
the U.S. Air Force. 

Ll Col. Elbert L. Kidd,^^ di- 
rector of East Car(riina*s aero- 
space studies department, cobi- 
missioned the secx^nd lieutenants 
in special (;faduatin? ceremonies. 



Betirmient Hwv^td 





^LAiH 



CAPT D. C. RUMSEY, II, (bit) ConaaMdiiiK Offi«*r «f Um UJ. MmwwX Air SMIm, Ommm, 
praMBtcd • Reth-anent C«H{fic*t« to Robert E. Hmnrnj, Firoficlitor, dlirinf • coromoay Inl4 »t 
Ocoaaa on April 30, IMS. Hoi-voy rotiroJ aftor 1 S jroar* ciTilUn Md military Mrvico. Ho k«« aorvod 
M « GaarJ, Ha«pit«l AtlonJaat, OMd .Firofigktor, i« TMrimit aconciM, iaoJiiJIaK, Voiorai^' AiiiBH|i*tr»- 
tio«. Air Forco, Dapartnoal of tko Navy, aadl tlia DopaHMoat of th« Ariay. H« wai astifaodi «• 
Ocaana ai a Brakaaian ia 1998 and to hi* ^rotaat paaitba in 1963. Maay yoars of bappisMt |k 
hii Tatiranont !• wi*l»oii for Mr. Harroy aftor ao mmnf yepr* of Mrvica r«nd«ra4. \ 

- _ / ^ ■ (U.S. Navy Phot.) 



with tasy j?ayment<. 
Come in «nd let us dis- 
cuss with you loans - 
ta»is - »uto - furniture. 

V^INtA BfACH nNANCi CORP. ^ 

Princeti Ann* RbIUmi Phert* 426.60J1 

i i 




» ■■ — ^ - 



OffiCi SPACE FOR 



f&Hf 



JARVIS ..o KITCHIM 
BUH-DINC 



2407-D PACIFIC AVE. 

$50 PER MONTH 

CALL428-77S5 



MAT UI^-ffNDEff ARMOUR STAR 




mam^Wma 



108C-8 V9 



'•J04S fiiueio^ eiisoddQ 
pto)| iiiJitri sti-^ 




f^VtWJ 



33liVHV3dd« 
1VN0SU3d 



HOW Mour A 

STCAIC 

■OUT ^ -^m^^j^t^ lb. inr lb. 

^MEMOir fi^^^*^ Pork Chops -^ 89* Sljiied Beef or Hqm»4^99* 

DAY S W'n"«^^«inM • • • • * 4?* Shrimi/ Cocktail . st : . 3 ^r 

€EK-END^ Lunch Meats .i»%ss4^99' Gofftdn's FIdi PuffrT^'"S89' 



Rye - MM* -^ lotaiie 
OireM Rye, 2S, USN. Virginia 
iHch and Saamm Mark Mfl- 
Ih'i 26, ao ooc^NiAn listed, 
Virgiiua Beech. 

*' MataM - incejr — Waitan 
fiton Maljttss, 15, engii^, 
Iwfolk aad 8e^ J»n Brwaey, 
2f, seeietary. VfafiiHa Beach. 
t PatMs • Abenafty —— Jo- 
Jkj^ Peniin, 29, draftsiMn, 
«Mto, Caaafda and Marda 
aHoe AbenuAiy, 27, i^ret«ry. 
Vtaaiiiia Bead!. 

^WIBifcinil - tnm — Ftwdc 
vioii Whitehurst, 22, ein[^yee 
41. City of Vir|inia Beaoh, Vlr- 
pn Beach lad Loida'Ann Ul- 
H^ I S, AO ooca4>«k)o iteled, 
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mtCmt • CeaasB — James 
Mmn McQiw, III, 27, dnAs- 
MB, Vii|!nia Beach and fi^Kj 
tm Connell, 21. teaeber, \%- 
gMjeBeach. 

AiUty Bsrboor, 38, USN, Vir- 
|l^ Beac^ and Annie Lorrune 
|«|p(on, 39, no oonipatioB 
listBd, Vit|inia Beach. 
'BelBwa ^ Umbig — Jackie 
Ray Hohnes, 29, mechanic^ 
Virginia Beech and I^tricia Ana 
Ijpning, 19, studem, Virginia 
Snch. 

utbn ' - Vakos — Midiad 
h Stan<ilqg, 23. sttident, 
)ta Beaetl and Helen Ccm- 
Vakos, 23, teadier, Vir- 
8each. 

id - RMbh — Imth Land, 
ndscaping, Virginia Beach 
MaiyRote HinlM, 21, no 
tk»fi listed, Vii^inia 
^ach 

va.« KM • Eke — Robert 

Ven Kirk, Jr. 38. USN. 

nd Jeaime &niA Rke, 

..jf, Vtrginia Anch. " 

lacr - DaaupoB — Eugene 

n Bicbner, 20. draftsman; 

la Beach and Mary Vir- 

.lantron, 19, stiMient, Yu- 

rJ^^'uMlBe ^ WiHiam 



iiQs, 26. ecoNtat- 
*fl^ New J^sev and 
M BiMo, 24, m 
non listed, V«^nki 

WUkk -i» Genge 
24, USA, Fort 
««jad Ue^ Piade 
ffittinfrtnfi'Hi 



' Nkkob — Edward 
Parker, 29, truck operator, Nor- 
Mc aad Mary Eiizabedi Nidi- 
^ 30, maid, Virginia Beach. 
, CTkaaa -Slmm -~ James Ed- 
n^fd Gihnan, Jr., 20, gas serv- 
ice' litiper, Virg^ Beach and 
DoRrthy Frances Sisson, \telc- 
filK^e op<^ator, Virginia Beach. 

AkcfB . Itofitt — Estes J. 
^cm, 27, VSN, Comanche, 
<MiAoma and Pe^ J«n Mer- 
rttt, 24, USN, Vir^a Beach. 

Onatea - Ge^ -^ Rofus 
Thotttas Cheathaai, 18. brick 
layer, Virginkt Qeach and Mar- 
ttyn Gre^, 17, maid, Vi^inia 
BeK^ 

AeMIe • McKeeiie — Ro- 
bot Henry Aufktte, 26, ship 
fitter, Virginia Beadi and Md- 
bt Rae McKenzie, 16, no oc- 
cui>ation listed, Virginia Beach. 



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